Here’s your June newsletter, Skookies!
Here is our newsletter for March!
Welcome to a new year! In spite of everything happening in the outside world, the garden is still waiting for us, and it’s time to make plans and read seed catalogs… and the Jan 2021 Bumblebee Skookum newsletter, with a focus on planning. Wendy Devlin on planning for seed saving, Nicole Narbonne on planning (or not!) for food preservation, Kevin Wilson on planning for food production…. plus what you can plant now, food from the windowsill, member tips and photos, and more.
Content gathered this month by Kevin Wilson, layout and editing by Christine Dudgeon. We could use an editor for February if you’d like to help out! Use the contact page to let us know.
It’s time for the last Skookum newsletter of the year! Thanks to Brooke Oxley for (re)starting this newsletter, and producing many of the issues.
Your Skookum Board wishes you the best for the holidays, no matter how strange and unusual they may be. The light is coming!
Time for the Skookum October newsletter!
Many thanks to Terry Webster for editing this month’s newsletter, and gathering a load of comfort food to carry us deeper into the Fall.
Check out our Sep 2020 Bumblebee newsletter with news, recipes and more!
Here’s your Aug 2020 bumblebee, with info on what to plant now for your winter garden, and getting the most out of your food preservation efforts.
Many thanks to Christine Dudgeon, this month’s guest editor! Brooke Oxley will be back next month with September’s newsletter.
Skookum’s Jul 2020 newsletter is ready! Info and pictures on garlic and Hugelkultur, updates on Skookum projects, seed saving, and more.
If you’re visiting us from the PR Garden and More Facebook group, welcome! We encourage you to check us out and maybe join the coop – it’s only $20 for a lifetime membership.
Here’s your June Skookum newsletter! Member survey results, garden photos, recipes, poetry and more…
Skookum’s newsletter for May is out, with recipes, info on what you can do to encourage a local food community, and a look at the Gleaners program. Let us know how you like it!