Bruce- Ruhl Design and the workers of LYL Coop Farm are greatly appreciative of the following people and organizations listed below for helping to ensure the success of this viable business model. If your name or organization appears on the list know that your help means not only a whole lot to us, but to the generations down the road that will be affected by this industry, and to our planet overall. As this business grows your names will forever remain here so that future generations of owners will see why the importance of strong community is central to this business. It would not have come into being without people of the community collectively doing their little parts in the framework of this vision. Again, Thank You.
All the property owners who have pledged property to be leased
The Nevada-Lidgerwood Neighborhood Council
Taylor Weech-Website set-up & Praxis radio show on KYRS
Pat Muntz- For taking the time to talk with us, answering all of our questions, and enthusiastically supporting this endeavor
Melanie & John R.- $100 Home Depot gift card
Larry K.- Small, broad spectrum seed bank box, much needed tools & advanced permaculture textbooks
Fungileon & family-seed donation, scatterable mix
Zach W.- Seed donation, Sepp’s ancient grain
Lisa P.– Seed donation, variety
G.S.- assisting with navigating the bureaucracy of neighborhood
council and community assembly; assisting with meeting key people; $50 donation and for enthusiastically supporting the success of this industry in any way that she can.
Ken Casler- podcast radio show on Bountiful Productions: Thinking Outside of the Box
Sept 2014 first interview at 4th INPC: http://bountifulproductions.com/introduction-urban-permaculture/
February 2015 followup broadcast: http://bountifulproductions.com/category/urban-permaculture/
Jasmine– youtube video promo short
The City of Spokane and following officials: Ben Stuckart, Mike Taylor, Mike Warner, Heather Trautman, Juliet Sinisterra, Terry Stripes, Tirell Black-For taking the time to talk with us and answering all of our questions, showing us how to use the city’s various data bases, and enthusiastically supporting this endeavor.
Anonymous Donor- weekly donation of a bag of aluminum cans which are repurposed as bricks into building walls for our farm