Farm My Yard

December Newsletter

Farm My Yard

December Newsletter
with info about How to use to spread the word! 


Learn about the Pollinator Parkway Movement

December 2016
I hope your Fall/Winter is going well. here’s our current newsletter. I wanted to write you a quick note about one way I think we can get Farm My Yard going with more people. That’s If you’re already a member of Nextdoor, you probably know what a potent tool for neighborhood organizing it is. If not, here’s a short article I wrote about it awhile back. 
If you’re looking for someone to Farm your Yard – try posting on Nextdoor. If you’re looking to farm someone else’s yard – try posting on Nextdoor. Also, if you just want to encourage others in your neck of the woods to get busy ripping out their lawns and making the world more habitable for us and other species – post something titled Farm My Yard on – then, here’s the magic.
Follow-up. Keep the conversation going. There will be nay-sayers – your post will sink down covered over by people discussing politics; car break-ins; what have you – all you have to do is from time to time – post on the thread you’ve started. Then, the new people who’ve joined your neighborhood group will learn about Farm My Yard – and others will get it that it’s something you’re passionate about. 
btw, this works on any topic. I have a thread going on slowing down our streets to 20mph; one on keeping tall trees standing; you get the idea.  
Please give this a try and let me know how it goes.
The movement is gathering steam – here’s just one cool example in Orlando, FL.
Though you may feel disheartened by what’s going on in the world these days, know that your actions make a difference. Work that happens on the local level is really what our world is made of – take action – you’ll feel better 🙂
Cheers, and happy holidays – Albert Kaufman, Farm My Yard
Pollinator Parkways
Come see what’s happening on our social pages, too! 

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