Gardening books

Robin Hansen
Mon, 30 Mar 2020 10:12:41 PDT
Print matters.  Most of you don't realize how poor internet service is in many parts of the US, assuming it even exists.  This lack of internet service of good quality is not rare and occurs all over the world.  Considering the hit the world economy has taken, damaging infrastructure, destroying jobs and lives and the extent of recovery needed to gain anything like our previous lives, it is worth searching for new homes for our print material. 

I don't mean to be a doomsday specialist, I'm just trying to take the long view. No one saw the reality of this pandemic; you can plan and prepare, but the reality is another story.  As we all know, this holds true for all disasters, man-made and natural. And we are in the midst of many at the moment.

We're fortunate as an organization to be structured the way we are.  Board meetings are by conference call. Exchanges are internet-based.  And yes, we use paper as well as our website.  I have to use paper when I can because I have yet to find a comfortable position for any length of time in front of a computer screen due to neck and shoulder problems.  I work at the computer, but I'm up and down a million times a day.  Fortunately I have animals who can only take so much boredom and then guess who they turn to???

Robin Hansen
Still raining, still cold, still windy
Southwestern Oregon

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