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2011 in Review

January 4, 2012

Happy New Year to everyone! I hope you’re all busy with your winter gardening projects. (Who says gardeners get a break during the winter?)

One thing I love about WordPress is the annual review they give me of my blog every year. Feel free to poke through the stats and see what you all found most interesting. Click here to see the complete report.

New in 2012

This year I’m going to spend time thinking about the direction of The Suburban Farm and what it can become. This is an excellent opportunity to talk about what YOU would like this space to be. What kind of content would you like to see?

  • More photos?
  • More how-to’s?
  • Recipes?
  • More specifics about vegetable gardening in urban and suburban spaces?
  • What about a social community?

I started this as a space for those of us toiling away in yards and other residential spaces, for those who love the grit of hard work and probably also have to show off those gritty fingers in the office, too.

I would love to hear your thoughts on continuing down this path. Let’s put our heads together!

3 Comments leave one →
  1. Kevin Schneck permalink
    January 8, 2012 11:25 pm

    Howdy and Happy New Year,

    I am glad to see you back at the keyboard. I am a Ct. gardener also and like the regional tips you have. You asked what the readers want to see more, I say keep it seasonal and regional. Love the recipes and the pics always help.

  2. January 9, 2012 11:27 am

    Thanks for your comment, Kevin. It was a really rough summer, and I literally didn’t garden at all, which was awful. I expect to be back at it this year with lots more relevant posts.

  3. Melissa permalink
    January 23, 2012 8:56 pm

    I like how to posts and things relavant to CT. Maybe product reviews?

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