This was the last week for most of our student workers and we’re going to miss them! We’ve had good crews and not-so-good crews over the years…several hundred local students have stood in line in front of the Gilson time
We entertained the Mayfield Garden Club this week with a Powerpoint presentation about local nursery history, juice/coffee/donuts/fruit, a hay-wagon tour of the nursery, and a shopping spree in our garden center. Eighteen great ladies! We almost lost one on the
I’m really fortunate to have a ‘book club’, mostly with former teachers in our local communities, and a ‘card club’, mostly with ladies in the nursery industry…both of which meet once a month! Sometimes we talk about books and cards.
I’ve had the good fortune over the past few years to meet some people with our 16-county Northeastern Ohio Fund for our Economic Future (FFEF). These folks are moving on a number of different fronts and they recently asked supporters
Last year a Latino father in Ashtabula was deported because of false documentation. Not an unusual occurrence in Northeastern Ohio. He left behind a wife and three children. The wife soon grew despondent and could no longer work. As she
This essay was submitted to a Sustainable Cleveland contest sponsored by EcoWatch Journal. It Won! Kris and I got to attend the EcoWatch Annual Dinner at Landerhaven and meet lots of great people, including Robert F. Kennedy, Jr! In June,