Sarah's first garden was a collection of rescued houseplants left by other students on dorm move-out day after her freshman year of college. Her edible gardening adventure began with a potted mint plant kept on the fire escape of a second-story walk-up apartment, followed by a 9'x6' raised-bed garden installed in the postage-stamp yard of a rented duplex a few years later. She was bitten by the gardening bug (along with many others!) and has felt called to the land ever since. Her interests include:
Permaculture and Habitat Gardening
Will Caverly, resident apiculturist and general layabout at Satoyama
Homestead, arrived at his interest in bees when his friend Rob told him
honey was bee barf. He enjoys big harvests and long hikes in the woods.
Will has been described by some as "outdoorsy," and his doctor once said
he had an "active lifestyle." Self-declaring a rank of Ranger, he
barely graduated from being a Webelo, instead using his
time in Boy Scouts to learn to start fires and general insurrection.
Will writes fiction, splits wood, and tans hides in his spare time.
Nothing makes him happier than home.