Author Archives: wwolfvan

To hemp or not to hemp – Part 2

The journey continues into the modern and historical world of hemp. One important factor I figured out relatively quickly was the following. As my focus is on the small scale, grassroots, community level in whatever issue, I couldn’t help but … Continue reading

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Overpopulation, social change and writing

The following is a bit long winded.  I wasn’t really sure where it was going until I got some thoughts down, thoughts that have been swirling in my head these past many weeks since my return to the farm. Mr.C5 … Continue reading

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Hemp anyone?

Embarking on the next stage of the life journey… As I have been exploring what next to do, often revisiting ‘old’ ideas, thinking about what are my interests, what would I want to do out of simple interest as well … Continue reading

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The diversity of farming

This blog post stems from being a recent member of the f b page “Farming in the Maritimes”. I recently joined the group thinking this might be a good place to learn from, to ask questions, to sell or purchase … Continue reading

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True believer

I am a true believer. So what do I mean by that? When I was in the midst of my existential crisis/midlife career crisis a few years ago now, my so supportive husband said to me that I was a … Continue reading

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The world of work

As I once again enter job hunting mode, I am reflecting on this whole concept of work. I recently read a blog post re: a couple who were entrepreneurs having their own small business. There were vacationing in Europe but … Continue reading

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Supply and demand of Barbados agriculture produce

One of the projects I am tasked with for what is now ending up only being 3 months in Barbados, is a marketing plan for the Barbados Agricultural Society (BAS) and its commodity groups. I feel I have sufficient experience … Continue reading

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Farmsitter betrayal?

I am writing this at 3 a.m. on the Thursday night (wee hours of Friday morning) after the Tuesday night where we learned about our farmsitters were bailing on us completely out of the blue. Mr. C5 & I could … Continue reading

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Musings about silence

I’ve been meditating on the concept of silence since being here and coming across some post on f b about the benefits and even necessity of silence for human wellbeing. The fireworks of new year’s eve which woke me up … Continue reading

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Images from one of my regular walks from home to PROPEL office

For those of you more into pics than words, here you go: (again remember to clic on the photo to enlarge them) The house I live in on the 2nd floor, nice balcony eh! I present to you a series … Continue reading

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