Pennsif's Sustainability Curation Digest for MSP - week ending 21 February 2021

in #palnet7 days ago

Splish splash, splish splash. The cold has gone but the rains are heavy.

We have had a very very wet week. The run-off has been pouring down the mountainside and I keep finding new holes in my wellies.

Hopefully it will dry up soon and I can get out to play in the garden again.

In the meantime I will be keeping busy reading more great sustainability related posts on Hive...

My Five Sustainability Picks of the Week...

The Greens’ Recycling Initiatives : We’re transforming waste to treasures by @thegreens

Tips for A Fruitful and Successful Gardening by @olivia08

Sheetrock Up and More Moving - February 18, 2021 by @goldenoakfarm

My First NeedleWorkMonday Post by @tamaralovelace

How I made a native trouser with rope (elastic can also be used) by @olubato

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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This is no secret that initiative like yours is what differenciate us to other social medias and blockchain projects. The quality of the curation, the fact that you take the time every time to drop a comment for each curated content with an hypêrlink, it's top notch work ^^ (I know the amount of work it represents haha). Cheers buddy!

Edit: I forgot to mention the native trouser made out of thin air, people are so crafty!

Thank you Ed.

Thanks for the mention. :))

You are welcome.

Thank you so much for the mention! It is an honor to be part of this world called Hive and you have graced my life with even more honor. I am just now visiting the other honorees to give them my support as well.

Nice collection of sustainability posts. I need those trowsers now, I'd be the brightest guy on the block.

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Thank you so much for the support. I will keep it writing sustainable post that eould benefits people around