market-farming and csa lists

nitty4 at juno.com nitty4 at juno.com
Mon Oct 16 05:04:31 EDT 2000


I would really like to keep these lists going.  I benefit greatly from
reading them.  Pat in NM

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On Fri, 13 Oct 2000 23:06:24 -0400 "Lawrence F. London, Jr."
<lflondon at mindspring.com> writes:
> 
> 
> Dear list subscribers:
> 
> The csa and market-farming lists are experiencing extremely low
> traffic and I am interested in feedback regarding whether they 
> should
> be continued or taken offline. If the consensus is to keep them, I
> will, otherwise I will remove them from the natural agriculture
> heirarchy of forums they exist within. The same applies to the
> farmers-markets, soil-quality, seed-saving and permaculture-calendar
> lists. The permaculture list will remain since it has regular 
> traffic
> year after year.
> 
> Maybe its the time of the year and things will improve as winter 
> rolls
> in , maybe not; maybe uasge of the Web and forums has changed
> dramatically in the recent past.
> 
> Personally, I need these forums and am reluctant to see them go
> but the time I'd save not having to maintain them could be well used
> on other projects I am involved with.
> 
> Stats on these lists are:
> 
> Number of subscribers as of 10/13/2000:
> 
> csa   119
> farmers-markets   62
> market-farming   364
> seed-saving   76
> soil-quality   127
> 
> Another option would be to combine all of these lists into one,
> market-farming, maybe this would be the best choice.
> 
> Suggestions welcome.
> 
> Lawrence London
> 
> site administrator: natural agriculture forum heirarchy
> co-owner csa
> owner (all the rest)
> 
> <>
>  
> 
> Lawrence F. London, Jr. 
> lflondon at mindspring.com    
> london at metalab.unc.edu
> http://www.ibiblio.org/london
> 
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