Pennsif's Sustainability Curation Digest for MSP - week ending 10 May 2020

in #palnet5 months ago

This virus thing is a bit of a drag.

It has kept me busy these past couple of months.

Keeping my head above water, my feet on the ground, and my hands in the dirt growing our food.

I've turned up the dial to 11 on the gardening front these last few weeks. Every square inch is being put to use to produce food.

While I'm waiting for everything to sprout, grow and ripen I thought I'd hop back on to check out some of the great sustainability related posts on Hive...

My Sustainability Five Picks of the Week...

Tree Cages - May 7, 2020 by @goldenoakfarm

My First Garden Post by @chrisinphuket

ULOG - Weekly Thoughts - 04 May - 10 May 20 Homesteading This Week... by @frostyamber

Raised Beds From Scrap Wood. Easy Project by @artonmysleeve


The Minnow Support Project has multiple curators that pick five posts from under-valued minnows each week to highlight through MSP3k. This way MSP and PAL can promote new writers and content creators on Hive, and in effect reward them for doing a superior job.

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Good the virus is dragging you in the right direction to live a better life by having your own vegetables, that would be pesticide free.

All organic here!

Hi thanks for including my post in your weekly Sustainability Curation Digest for the Minnow Support Project @pennsif. Don't let these times get you down too much. Just need to adjust for now. Growing a garden is a great way to spend your time and get some great positive feelings out of it!

Gardening is great relaxation and production both at the same time.

Good to see you back. Hope you are all healthy and safe. We definitely live in crazy times and your prepping is looking less crazy by the day. Hope to see you again when we come out the other side.

Hi Steve, just catching up and getting back in the groove. Had big changes on the work front because of the virus - just getting back on track now.

Hope all is going okay down your way.

Thanks for the mention!

You are welcome.