Sustainable Wallingford

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Kevin
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What is your main area of interest in building a sustainable community?
Community kitchen, kitchen garden
What skills or expertise can you share with individuals and groups in Green Wallingford?
Cooking*, raising vegetables.

*I'm a retired cook from a childcare center, feeding 75 hungry kids breakfast, lunch and a couple of snacks every weekday.... My comfort food mac & cheese and beanie-weenie brought me short standing ovations. 5 lbs. cheddar, 3 lbs. cream cheese, elbow macaroni, butter and milk.....
What part of Wallingford do you live or work in (what are your cross streets)?
Five minutes away by Vespa motor scooter: South Lake Union, Dexter & Aloha
Website of a Wallingford group you are involved with
http://www.wallingfordseniors.org/page1.php

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At 3:53am on July 10, 2011, Kevin said…
Once we were a nation of farmers....  These pics from the Library of Congress may help us to recognize our roots.....
At 3:51am on July 10, 2011, Kevin said…
My Papa came from Arkansas along with nine siblings. In the late 1940’s he moved us to 80 acres near a farm-town, Elmira (pop. 189), California. He dry-farmed and raised cattle. I raised a few calves, sheep, rabbits, pigeons, ducks, turkeys and guinea hens. We butchered stock, hunted for the table and bought our produce at Fry's Store in town.. For twenty-five years we had a large vegetable garden at our home above Little Skookum Inlet, off of Puget Sound. We canned, froze and smoked our La Push, line-caught, tuna and sea bass every summer. Now my garden has shrunk to a few pots (one lonely tomato bush, a few herbs and a rainbow of five flowers) on the 3' x 5' deck at my tiny 5th floor apartment. Are there edible fish in Lake Union?
 
 
 

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