Just a reminder to anyone interested in QWEL training there will be classes offered in early November. Follow the link below to sign up.
Here's a book review of "Harvest the Rain" over at EcoDadaddyo. It's three-and-a-half years old, but I've don't think it has ever made it to our blog.
Raising the cost of water is, unfortunately, not politically viable in most cases...but supporting water harvesting could be popular if people learned how many local jobs come from the water harvesting industry.
Now is the time to come to the aid of your community radio station! KSFR is having its fall fund drive. I'll be on 101.1FM and streaming live at KSFR.org tomorrow at 10:30am on the Garden Journal...I think they'll let me donate at book or two, so please call in!
I'd be interested to hear feedback with respect to my underlying thesis (viz., water harvesting should be an important part of any recovering economy that also happens to have water-oriented challenges) found in this month's "Permaculture in Practice" column in the 'New Mexican.'