[microfarmer] Re: re projector thingy

  • From: "Robin Wheeler" <robin54@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <microfarmer@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 4 Feb 2008 21:29:25 -0800

Oops! Forgot this was a whole list - consider me promptly smartened up 
Robin  


  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Mikal Baker 
  To: microfarmer@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
  Sent: Monday, February 04, 2008 9:23 PM
  Subject: [microfarmer] Re: re projector thingy


  Powerpoint projector can probably be rented if no one has one around here...
  Workshop looks great, still not sure if i'll participate other than as 
helper...
  Mikal

  Robin Wheeler <robin54@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
    okay - Tim needs the whole projector thingy, but one that sticks into a 
laptop ... sorry about that. 
    Robin



      ----- Original Message ----- 
      From: Robin Wheeler 
      To: microfarmer@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
      Sent: Monday, February 04, 2008 8:35 PM
      Subject: [microfarmer] getting ready for the 24th of February


      Hi, all! We are gearing up for the next Microfarm Forum, and here are a 
few questions:

      Can anyone lend the ... gizmo ... that sticks into a laptop computer hole 
and turns it into a powerpoint thingy like a projector, or maybe it actually 
then needs a projector ... or whatever they call it now (and wow - aren't you 
glad I'm finally picking up some techno talk??) to save Tim carrying one from 
Victoria? 

      And - we have requests to provide childcare and Joan sent an ad out to 
the co-housing people so it could be close and "in house" but I have heard 
nothing back. Ideas welcome.

      Third - ads are going out to the public soon. Here are some details - if 
you would like to come, please book soon. I am creating a cut-off at 20 people, 
knowing that more will "creep" in but knowing it will blow the timetable all to 
hell ... so let me know soon, before posters and such go out.

      Our helpers this year are Chad Herchler and Mikal and Lisa 
(Baker/French). Please thank them and if you like, help them with any tasks 
they may need to spread thinner! They can post for help with this email system. 
And remember you can all chat, as well. 

      DETAILS, perhaps a little finer than last time, to help you make a 
decision -

      Topics:

      Improving Marginal Soils with Alain Bergeron (for those who took this 
last year, who do not wish to take it again, just roll over and punch the 
snooze button and come in at 10 a.m.)
      Introducing Non Timber Forest Products with Tim Brigham - will bring a 
catalogue of existing Non Timber businesses (mushrooms, pinecones, herbs etc) 
in BC and talk about how they are doing and will bring forest tea for us to 
drink and will show slides. If we have a thingy by then.
      Improving Farm Efficiency/Winter Veggies with Marika Nagasaka - More of 
the same to drive it all home, plus will discuss winter vegetables.
      The Pros and Cons of Value Added - D'Arcy Davis Case. D'Arcy will discuss 
issues surrounding Value Added products - and will talk about examples, to give 
us a better idea of whether we want to try this with our own farm foods. Lynn 
will talk about a possible co-op idea and how that could work.
      Keith who works at Mental health and possibly a teen will talk about some 
possible labour help.
      if there is even 10 minutes, I might explain Microclimating and how it 
can expand room on marginal land for more crops.

      Robin

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