Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Our Girl Maya Graces the NY Times Dining & Wine Section!


Peter DaSilva for The New York Times


Maya Donelson, childhood friend now urban farmer in San Francisco is highlighted in a recent NY Times article focused on the growing movement of rooftop farming.

“I’ve never had one kid who hasn’t wanted to get his hands dirty,” said Ms. Donelson, who studied architecture and environmental design. “They are willing to try anything if they see it growing and pull it out of the ground. We juiced the purple carrots and the kids drank that.”

Keep those kids working Maya!!!

3 comments:

Joost Hoogstrate said...

True Caleb, children love to do gardening if they get a chance to. The problem is many don’t get an opportunity. Once they grow up without that exposure, they lose interest in nature and grow up as people indifferent to ecology. They go onto to abuse the environment not stopping to think twice. Please, find more on this and other topics on http://climatarians.org.

Catch them young!
Joost Hoogstrate

Joost Hoogstrate said...

True Caleb, children love to do gardening if they get a chance to. The problem is many don’t get an opportunity. Once they grow up without that exposure, they lose interest in nature and grow up as people indifferent to ecology. They go onto to abuse the environment not stopping to think twice. Please, find more on this and other topics on http://climatarians.org.

Catch them young!
Joost Hoogstrate

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