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What would you be interested in learning more about at the Wednesday or Sunday monthly gatherings?


Probiotics
Kefir
Yogurt making
Kombucha
Fermenting vegetables
Whole grain baking-pita bread, pizza dough, no knead bread
Flower essences (Bach Flower remedies, etc.)
Backyard chickens
Learn to knit
Skill sharing (arts and crafts?)
Homeschooling panel Q&A
Law of Attraction
Reiki
Sprouting seeds and nuts
Green Living
Aromatherapy
Raw milk
Raw foods
Consensual Living
Homebirth
Cloth Diapering
Elimination Communication
Local harvest
Leaky guts
Food sensitivities
Enzymes
Vermicomposting
Heirloom seed swap
Flower gardening
Seed collecting
Favorite books


Please list the topics of interest to you and we'll try to plan accordingly.

Thanks, Pat

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ooh, I love a survey about things i care about! I am especially interested in:
probiotics
sprouting seeds
local harvest
flower essences/aromatherapy
learning to knit
homeschooling Q&A

I'm also VERY intersted in homeopathy and alternative healthcare for children, but unfortunately I missed the most recent presentations on those topics.
Wow! What a list! It is hard to choose! One thing not on there is crochet. I can do that and I would be happy to teach anyone that wants to learn. I would like to learn to kint.

Other things that I am interested in ....

Kombucha
Fermenting vegetables
Whole grain baking-pita bread, pizza dough, no knead bread
Learn to knit
Skill sharing (arts and crafts?)
Homeschooling panel Q&A
Sprouting seeds and nuts
Green Living
Raw milk
Raw foods
Consensual Living
Elimination Communication
Local harvest
Vermicomposting
Heirloom seed swap
Seed collecting
Favorite books
Of course they are all interesting, but these are the ones I'd like to learn more about:
Probiotics
Kefir
Kombucha
Fermenting vegetables
Learn to knit
Skill sharing (arts and crafts?)
Consensual Living
Leaky guts
Enzymes
Heirloom seed swap
Favorite books
I am easy to please...so many of these are of interest! I like the seed collection, heirloom seed swap and all the stuff related to probiotics for sure. These topics could keep me busy for years :)

And I like the Sunday afternoon meeting times. Missy
There are many interesting topics! I just wanted to say that if there is interest in a meeting/discussion on Elimination Communication, please let me know. I would love to be there and contribute.
Probiotics
Whole grain baking-pita bread, pizza dough, no knead bread
Flower essences (Bach Flower remedies, etc.)
Skill sharing (arts and crafts?)
Homeschooling panel Q & A
Law of Attraction
Reiki
Sprouting seeds and nuts
Green Living
Aromatherapy
Raw foods
Consensual Living
Elimination Communication
Local harvest
Food sensitivities
Enzymes
Heirloom seed swap
Flower gardening
Seed collecting
Green juicing
Favorite books
I think most of these would be of interest to me and I love the Sunday time also, It was perfect for me.
Hey pat!
They all sound great to me! Keep me posted, I would love to attend!
Dianne
All of them are interesting! But here are my faves:
Flower essences (Bach Flower remedies, etc.)
Backyard chickens
Learn to knit
Homeschooling panel Q & A
Reiki
Green Living
Aromatherapy
Raw milk
Raw foods
Consensual Living
Homebirth
Local harvest
Green juicing
Favorite books

Thanks for asking! ~Dorie
hi Pat, all of these are so interesting... how did you come with such a list (!!!!) . My only concern is if I can't make it to the meeting while there are so many interesting subjects...I'd like to learn more about
Probiotics
Kefir
Yogurt making
Fermenting vegetables
Whole grain baking-pita bread, pizza dough, no knead bread
Raw milk
Raw foods
thanks for the list
I would be interested in learning more about

Probiotics
Kefir
Yogurt making
Fermenting vegetables
Backyard chickens
Raw milk

on the Sunday afternoons. I cannot make it to the Wednesday evening meetings.

Thank you,
Stephanie Shafer
I love the idea of skill sharing! that option gets my biggest vote.
I also really want to learn about fermenting veggies.
but all the topics sound great and look forward to learning about them.

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