Winter is coming to an end and spring is almost here, and it's time to get you all updated on the CRMPI winter happenings.
Some beautiful snow fell from the sky here this season.
Then it fell again...(and again)...and we've stayed busy.
Improving the fort, planning for a great 2016,
and eating fresh food from Pheonix's bounty!
The weather outside for a shoveling intern was frightful...
...but the fresh kumquats in our bellies have been so very delightful!
The Pheonix cats slept like winter princes' in the pepper plant pots...
...but we put them to work too, as our resident yoga instructors.
We welcomed a few new darlings these last few months.
If this photo doesn't make you want to cuddle puddle something, nothing will. ((Great photo provided by the great Kirk Rasmussen!))
The most wonderful Callie bought a bunch a big books and left to study in Boulder...
..and passed the CRMPI management torch to Sarah.
Mana got some TLC
A enlarged deck built by
volunteer Grant, painted bright and
Volunteer Mark did an outstanding job replacing the main post in Mana and doing some beautiful detail work across the center beam.
Jerome hit the warm road this winter
In January he headed on down to Litibu Mexico. February took him to Texas and Miami, and in March he found himself in California!
Check out www.crmpi.wordpress.com for lots of great photos and info on those trips!
Jerome soakin' up some MiamiGras
( #TheNewTropic / @thenewtropic )
Spring is coming, slowly but surely, as the forest garden begins to awaken!
If you haven't been to CRMPI yet, email firstname.lastname@example.org, to schedule a tour for this upcoming blossoming spring season!
Exciting news! Jerome and the folks in Litibu, Mexico will be hosting an agroforestry charette at the end of this month. Check out the flyer and website for more information on this bound to be beautiful experience.