Homegrown Evolution recently pointed out Farm Aid’s social networking site.
This website celebrates all of us who pioneer a HOMEGROWN way to live, eat, grow, and express ourselves. We connect to the land and to each other. HOMEGROWN.org is a place where we can learn from each other, share our questions, and show off how we dig in the dirt, grow our own food, work with our hands, and cook and share our meals – all things that we call HOMEGROWN.
It’s a neat site – there are videos about making papercrete; a forum for sharing information about composting, winter gardening, whatever you want to learn about; groups talking about Kombucha and bread, people buying things and selling things, event announcements, and there’s a really nice sense of community.