Big City, Little Homestead

Living rural in the city.

Thank you

Well… this is embarrassing. I don’t know quite how to thank you with a freebie yet for joining my mailing list…Oh, wait. Yes, I do. 

A squirrel!!!

So, a heartfelt thank you.

Milkweed
Milkweed flowers

And actually, yes, I do have a freebie – simply send me an email *after* the list confirmation email (you’ll have my deets), with an address where I can mail you a packet of milkweed seeds. Milkweed is a perennial with a heavenly smelling flower; Monarch butterflies and many other insects use it for food and shelter. That’s why the Mailing List page has a big picture of it 😀

What you can expect:

The newsletter will begin when it has enough subscribers. So if you want it to be sooner rather than later, please share my site over social media (buttons below), or even email it to a friend!

Then, I’d like to send you one to two emails in April, May, and June, possibly in August, and September and October (one regular format, one for special events or announcements). The other seven months, you’ll only hear a peep out of me once per season (winter) to once per month.

I hope that what I send you will be rewarding – and because I AM interested in your projects and questions, I’ll have a regular Q&A in the newsletter.  Leave a comment on this page, and I’ll add it to my list of things to research and write.

Best regards,

Jane

6 Comments

  1. Rachel Jennifer Paul

    June 13, 2018 at 8:50 am

    Hello Jane,
    I want to be a part of your mission! (address redacted)

  2. Thank you for what you do♡

  3. Hi Jane,

    I’d like to know how to keep neighborhood cats out of my yard. They hop the 8-foot fence and make a mess.

    Any suggestions?

    Carol

    • I’m sorry, other than invoking fear into them – vigilante scary behaviour from you! it’s hard to manage cats. I’d get a good squirt gun and every time they come around, holler and use it. I’ve had a cat or two walk the fences for years; after a while I noticed the squirrels weren’t afraid of them so they weren’t much for hunting. So I let told their welcome was provisional to good behaviour.

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