Re: Permaculture Swale & Pond Building Workshop @ Rodale Institute -Reply


For what its worth, if you are a non-profit organization, i don't see 
anything wrong with telling us about your meeting.

But then what does an old plant biochemist know?

Larry Daley

On Wed, 4 Sep 1996, Carol Brown wrote:

> Response to Runs With Scissors- Swale construction IS an appropriate
> topic for a compost list.  The Clean Washington Center and E & A
> Environmental Consultants in Seattle, WA are in the middle of study
> looking at the use of compost in bioswales and the preliminary results
> look very promising!! These kinds of workshops and opportunities to
> share research focus and information is the reason I stay on this list- not
> to read about individual problems with how to construct worm bins and
> whether grass is a "greeen or a brown"!!!
> Let's be a bit more open to sharing and learning.....
> >>> Runs With Scissors <gozer@oro.net> 09/03/96 06:06pm >>>
> Tabloid reporters were flabbergasted when Rebecca Haring wrote:
>   > Rodale Institute to Hold Permaculture Swale and
> > Pond Building Workshop
> > Everyone is invited to enroll in the pond and swale building workshop
> > October xx-xx.  All meals are included in the three-day admission
> > charge of $300.  Lodging is available close by.   Enrollment is limited.
> >  Please call Rodale Institute at xxx-xxx-xxxx for information and
> > reservations.
> While admirable, this is off-topic for the compost list.
> Additionally, internet email is an inappropriate forum for unsolicited
> advertising.
> Please refrain from emailing unsolicited advertising in the future.
> > Rodale Institute is an independent, non-profit public charity,
> > under sections 501(c)3 and 509(a)2 of the IRS code.
> I still don't want to see your advertising. 
> Sincerely,
> gozer@oro.net
> --  Floatmeal: the missing bits of precision in a Pentium FDIV operation.