|30 Mar '07 6:22 am|
But we need some help figuring out how to have them contact us, as we are kind of too busy to be going out in search of such groups.
http://www.EasyDigging.com sells a long-handled digging tool called an azada. This is the tool the rest of the world (except North America, for now) uses to dig and till and cultivate. It is not a shovel or spade, but for creating gardens it will dig faster than a shovel and with less effort. Plus it is a whole lot cheaper and easier to maintain than a rototiller. It’s kind of hard to explain it without a picture - but there are lots of pictures and instructions on the website that describe it well.
Knowing that raising funds is usually difficult for small gardening and sustainable agriculture groups, we thought we would start a program to just send out a free tool every couple weeks to groups that want to give them a try.
Any ideas on where to post or advertise our offer of free tools so that many small groups around the US and Canada will see it?
Last edited by Greg on 4 Apr '07 4:43 am, edited 1 time in total.