Pennsif's Sustainability Curation Digest for MSP - week ending 7 March 2021

in #palnet3 months ago

It's been a bright week with plenty of time in the garden.

But yesterday was a dark day when Mr Goose finally left us.

He's had a good run - came to us as an unwanted giveaway about 7 years ago.

Age, and lack of water time due to Avian Flu restrictions, got the better of him.

Farewell Mr Goose.

So I dedicate this week's great sustainability related posts to Mr Goose...

My Five Sustainability Picks of the Week...

Financial Goals and Determinations - Investing discipline and efficient time management by @ravenking13

Baby Number 3! by @knownassam

Pruning the Big Trees - March 3, 2021 by @goldenoakfarm

Off-grid vegan... is it possible? by @fenngen

Method of collecting potatoes from our own land by @sumaiya777

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.

[ header graphic by @pennsif ]


Sorry to hear of Mr. Goose's demise, sounds like he definitely had a good run!

Geese truly can be fierce and fearless protectors. We used to live by a wide waterway and had several Emden geese. The Alpha male (who lived to be 12-13, best guess) would attack anything he felt didn't belong... even saw him attack the mail carrier's jeep, if he was parked too long!


Yes geese make very good protectors for chickens.

Thanks for the mention!

@pennsif thanks for choice my blog.I really happy to see this great curation.🤝🤝🤝

Poor Mr Goose. Not tried geese, but our chickens are doing okay.

Thank you!

Thanks for sharing this with us @pennsif. I particularly liked @fenngen's post.

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