Father Michael Doyle is a man of Great PEACE, and love for the land. This great divine devotion sends a ripple through the land here.
LOVE THE LAND.
Mark Doorley, Father Michael Doyle, and Andrea Ferich spoke at the Cherry Hill Library on a panel discussion after the showing of The Poet of Poverty, featuring the letters of Father Michael Doyle narrated by Martin Sheen, a night with Sustainable Cherry Hill.
These stories of sacrament and poetic occurances develop sustainability relationships through the pathways of justice in the region. A justice rooted in sustainable organic agriculture, integrated pest management and micro-enterprise renewal.
Father Michael, the Junior Farmers, and Andrea Ferich rode out from the greenhouse at the Center For Transformation to the Cherry Hill Library to sell/take orders for the rainbarrels (pictured above).
e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with the title "Rainbarrel" to order a rainbarrel.
Today we dug a really nice big trench through the greenhouse. This will be the aquaponic/micro-green pilot system.
Thanks to the strong and super great neighbors from Sustainable Cherry Hill THEY'RE AMAZING:
Fish! Fruit Orchards!! Native Rain Gardens!!!
Come the first Saturday of the month 9AM- 12noon.
Click here to visit the report from the fabulous Sustainable Cherry Hill.
Andrea Ferich: "I love regional sustainability partnerships in Camden County!"
Rainbarrel pictures and web-based seedlings pre-order check out the 4 season garden curriculum: www.healthycamden.blogspot.com
Center FOR Transformation