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Spring is almost upon us, and I'm ready to get out and work off a little of the extra "cushion" winter has helped to develop. I'm ready too for a breath of fresh air, after this winter's heavy crop of conferences, workshops, and courses - not that they weren't interesting for the mind, uplifting for the spirit, and often downright fun (if you had witnessed the group at the Holistic Resource Management you'd understand).
Whether you feel the same impatience or not, I hope you can still find time to mull over some of the articles collected in this issue. Our Feature Farm article on Triangle Farm introduces you to two immigrants to Canada, and to farming, who've managed a successful transition in a big way. Those of you wanting to consider ecological woodlot perspectives should read Rene Schmidts' article. Still think rabbits are kid's stuff? Mike Beretta offers some good advice to the contrary in Superior Rabbits. Like to know more about Community Shared Agriculture - follow along with Jayne Thompson in her book review of Our Fields, the new manual. It's a good thing there's always a little time left for reading!
A REMINDER, the deadline for submissions for the next newsletter issue isn't too far away - May 31.
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