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Jeff Adams
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About Me:
I am a Sr VP working with Industrial Properties primarily as a Rep of Buyers & Tenant Rep for a Commercial RE firm here in Phx. Originally a Chicago area native. I am an avid organic gardening hobbyist with a strong belief in overall self-sustainment methods & practices, working with beneficial native & unique plants. As an environmental proponent I believe we should begin with an initial goal of "do no harm" and improve from there. Varied active sports interests including biking & hiking; have diverse musical tastes. My garden is my Zen & I am the happiest by far when immersed anywhere in nature & the great outdoors...

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Tucson Set to Move Forward On New Commercial Development Rainwater Requirement...

This was originally set in motion previously by a legislator who visited Brad Lancaster's Rainwater capturing development but I thought I would forward this new March 1st article in azcapitoltimes. Although we receive less frequent rainfall in Metro Phoenix, we certainly should be applying these same methods. I'd give Brad and his accomplices a pulitzer--I just think that work is so important.…

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Posted on March 3, 2010 at 9:49pm — 2 Comments

NEW SCIENCE-BASED SUSTAINABILITY GARDEN BOOK EDITED BY DR. LINDA CHALKER-SMITH OF WSU....

I wanted to let everybody quickly know I exchanged emails with Dr. Chalker-Smith about 4 weeks ago where she referenced this new, soon-to-be-released sustainable gardening publication of hers.

Linda is the author of the informative publications: "The Informed Gardener" and "The Informed Gardener Blooms Again." I purchased the former upon it's release and it is a great resource. You can obtain more information and also…

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Posted on February 19, 2010 at 8:41pm

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At 4:26pm on April 29, 2010, Heidi said…
I just saw this post and yes, it is a Packer Jersey and I changed my photo, not for Jeff but because I obviously cannot support that number anymore and my #12 jersey hasn't come in yet :)

And Jeff, you know it our year! Wait your turn :)
At 7:20am on March 10, 2010, Catherine, The Herb Lady said…
Hi Jeff,

Thank you - glad you liked my website. I'm always happy to answer questions about growing and using herbs and other edibles in our beautiful (but currently soggy) desert gardens! So far every herb I have tried to grow I have found a way to grow it - in the ground. I have enjoyed meeting new -to-me cultures or ethnicities to find out what their grandparents grew and cooked with.

A special offering of one of my 3-part programs is in the works to be presented at Mesa Community College beginning in April. Let me know if you want more info on that, or check out my free newsletter/gardening google site for calendar info.

http://groups.google.com/group/edible-landscaping-in-the-desert-gl-gs-ge

Have a great day, Catherine, The Herb Lady
At 3:26pm on August 25, 2009, Administrator said…
There is another Herb class September 3rd at the Market on Mill. Thanks! Web Admin.
At 5:29pm on August 14, 2009, Administrator said…
Not sure if you ended up going to the herb class, but there is another one this Sunday. This is the link to the event. Thank you, Wb Admin
At 9:03am on May 28, 2009, Ericka said…
Thanks for joining our group!
 
 
 

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