Keeping current (with tech)

Erik Van Lennep
Thu, 06 Nov 2014 00:59:51 PST
Too right, Jim. I work every day at the nexus of ecological regeneration
and opportunities for young people. There is probably a higher interest
than ever amongst those who would put PBS (along with that of many other
organisations) information to good use, so flagging membership is not a
factor of disinterest.

The old maxim is still very true: "If you want to get someone to join you,
walk over and stand beside them, then walk back together to where you'd
like to be." It's beyond pointless to persist in trying to get them to jump
on board your old leaky boat!

And remember a good definition of madness is "repeating the same (futile)
action over and over, expecting a different result".


On 6 November 2014 01:49 Wed, 5 Nov 2014 16:12:50 -0800
From: Jim McKenney <> wrote:

>Many of the old horticultural organizations are all moaning about dropping
> membership and the lack of younger members.....


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