Lotus Garden Newsletter for Homesteaders. 31st March 2021

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The first quarter of the year is already over and we're a month into a new season. Timing isn't great for community activities being announced this newsletter, but keep your eyes peeled, because @ecotrain will have a new question up soon, @naturalmedicine should hopefully have a new topic for next month coming up and @riverflows will likely announce the garden journal challenge shortly.


Things happening in the community.

The @naturalmedicine community welcomes a new branch with @lotusindonesia, supporting Natural Medicine content from Indonesians.


Some highlights of the week

@breezin has been getting the first fruits on the papino/papaya trees that survived the droughts. Find out why she plans to grow lots more of these versatile trees as a cash crop.


If you've been following @paradoxtma's rocket stove build, part 6 is now available, as he finishes the furnace room. If you haven't been following this series, then I highly recommend following the links back to the start.

It's great to see @steemmatt back sharing his salvage finds and seeing things get a new lease of life instead of heading for landfill. He's a real inspiration in this regard.

@carolynstahl shares a mouth watering eggplant caponata recipe that's a delight on the eyes too.

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