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Aubree Taylor
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  • Springfield, MO
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Community Gardens
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Let's get Community Gardens planted in every Neighborhood! Let us know if you have a plot of land available or would like to be involved in getting a garden started in your Community.Benefits of…Continue

Tags: space, food, green, Neighborhood, Gardens

Started this discussion. Last reply by Dixie D Patch May 6, 2010.


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What is your area of expertise?
1000 Gardens Project Director, Community & School Gardens & Local Food Movement
What is your favorite vegetable?
So many vegetables so little time...arugula, asparagus, corn and zucchini.

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Gardening Links and Upcoming WFNA events

Here's a few links you can't live without if you are a gardener in the Ozarks!


http://www.wellfedneighbor.com/ - Social forum with blog, groups, picture sharing and calendar.


http://friendsofthegarden.org/ - Botanical Center, calendar and blog.


http://rareseeds.com/ -…


Posted on July 24, 2011 at 4:21pm

Organic Farmers Sue Monsanto, Bio-dynamic Farming and more...

For those of you that like to keep up on what's currently happening in the world of Organics here are some very important links!


Organic Farmers and Seed Sellers Sue Monsanto.



Fantastic Links for those interested in Bio-dynamic Farming and Anthroposophy.…


Posted on May 17, 2011 at 8:39am — 1 Comment

Tomato Hills (used to make up an important part of the Ozarks economy)

Thought everyone might enjoy some Ozarks History if one of my favorite web-sites called State of the Ozarks. Be sure to sign up for the newsletter. Here's a recent article I enjoyed about the history of tomatos in the Ozarks.



Posted on March 29, 2011 at 7:59am — 1 Comment

C-Street Market is looking for Local Produce vendors

Please click on this link if you are interested in vending at the C-Street Market. We are expanding the market this year and looking for local farmer's to sell produce, meat, eggs, jams, seedlings and other hand-made items. This is a wonderful community right in the center of Springfied located by the Jefferson Avenue Footbridge on Historic Commercial Street.



Posted on March 24, 2011 at 8:07am

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At 11:06am on February 21, 2012, Amy pinegar said…
Well thank u so much!
At 2:14pm on March 25, 2011, Bill Buron said…
Aubree, Good luck on your pepper starts.  We normally start ours in late Feb.  Seems to me that if I don't get them started early and up to a large size we don't get colored peppers until late in the season.  I rechecked the Clydes garden planter and show March 22 for starting peppers and tomatoes indoors but for us anyway a good 2to 3 weeks earlier works best for the peppers.  Having said this I realize that most people around here go by Clydes and always have a good crop and I know you will too. By the way good luck on this years Kitchen community  Garden.
At 3:08pm on March 22, 2011, Springfield Area Herb Society said…
A big shout out to Aubrey and all those who helped get The Herb Garden sponsored by the Herb Society at The Kitchen Community Garden back in shape.  You all did a terrific job!  There was much weeding and cleaning up that was done.  GREAT JOB!!!  Thank you so much!!! 
At 11:20am on March 14, 2011, Malissa Nowack gave Aubree Taylor a gift
At 9:15am on March 8, 2011, Dale Wayne Jackson said…

Yes, I do plan to post the video [Harvest Dreams] on the site. I need to make some minor adjustments and render it into a form that makes it readily accessible to the viewers. Hopefully I'll be able to complete that work some time this week.


Your input has enhanced the message of the piece and I wish to honor you for all of your work with your various endeavors through Well-Fed Neighbor.

At 9:01pm on March 3, 2011, Gary A. Kimmons said…
Hi Aubree.  It was good to meet you today and thank you for putting up with me.  I see we are already friends on Well Fed Neighbor?  I guess I already knew you are a nice lady.    : )    Oh, the greenhouse is great!!!  Looking forward to seeing you again.  Have fun gardening.  Gary 
At 11:19am on January 26, 2011, Cynarra Goodale said…
Thanks Aubree - great to meet you too! I am super anxious to help in any way I can! Also, by husband is in marketing & is a power point genius and said he'd be willing to help w/power points and related activities. He's a WFN member, Greg Goodale, just let us know!  
At 5:14pm on January 25, 2011, Anna Kelly said…
Thanks for inviting me, Aubree!  I look forward to learning all about the gardens.
At 1:31pm on January 11, 2011, Shammah said…
It was nice seeing you again the other day. Praying your farm turns out grand! :)
At 1:46pm on June 13, 2010, Alicia Gibson said…
Hi Aubree, what types of opportunities are there for small bouts of time like an hour or two here and there?

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