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Word of Mouth Magazine- Winter 2019

January 16th, 2019|Comments Off on Word of Mouth Magazine- Winter 2019

Cold Weather Options for Minimalist, Moderate, or Maximized Gardens by Torrey Douglass Excellent gardeners have always impressed me beyond measure. I’m amazed at how they can stick their hands in the dirt and, a few [...]

36th Annual Winter Abundance Seed & Scion Exchange

January 16th, 2019|Comments Off on 36th Annual Winter Abundance Seed & Scion Exchange

Mendocino Permaculture’s 36th Annual Winter Abundance Workshop Saturday, February 9, 2019 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Fairgrounds in Boonville Seed, Scion & Cutting Exchange with Hands-on Fruit Tree Grafting Admission, classes, seeds, [...]

C’mon Home To Eat- Eat Local October 2018

October 1st, 2018|Comments Off on C’mon Home To Eat- Eat Local October 2018

How Local Can You Go? Eating local food is highly nutritious, saves packaging, comes from a known source, enriches community ties, supports the local economy, and saves fossil fuel.  C’mon Home to Eat in October [...]

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The Brush Street Farmworker Apartments are not filling. We want to reach out as far and wide to have qualified applicants to fill this lovely facility. We want this for the families and we need this for our community. They currently have 12 applicants. There are 72 units. They need to have the property filled when they get their certificate of occupancy (most likely in May/June). If they don’t fill within 30 days of occupancy, they risk losing their USDA portion of their funds. They cannot have vacancies after six months or they will risk losing the tax credits portion of the funds, so they will start to fill it with non-farmworker residents – this will mean the lose of the USDA portion.

It is critical to everyone involved that this project be successful. If it is not, and the project loses either type of funding it will be extremely detrimental to our community. It is already very difficult for us to obtain federal and state funding for low income housing (competing against urban areas) and if this project fails, that challenge will increase exponentially.

We are all well aware of the need for low income housing. Please help get the word out to those who may be eligible.
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