In other great news, I must brag about my friend, Trevor. I met Trevor as we volunteered, and then apprenticed, at Three Stone Hearth community-supported kitchen. Trevor is vibrant with big ideas, and the motivation, energy, and chutzpah(!) to accomplish them. After studying permaculture through Merritt College and working in some community gardens around the city, Trevor started his own business. His target clientele are folks in San Francisco who have yardspace, love good food, but don't have the time/energy/know-how to raise food themselves. Trevor's company plans, cultivates, and plants a garden for them. Then they maintain it, harvest the produce, and distribute the bounty throughout his group of clients. It's called MyFarm. And after being at it for only this first season, Trevor has been featured on the front page of the San Francisco Chronicle! I'm brimming with pride for my friend.
Here's the article, very interesting:
And here's the link to MyFarm's website:
photo: Trevor in early February, after a huge seafood feast at his place in the Lower Haight.