Friday, April 8, 2011
GEEE provides a site for the exchange of homespun, indoor and outdoor gardening materials (seeds, trellises, houseplants, &c.); immaterial support (dialogue, advice, recipes); inanimate pleasures (collectibles, homemade favorites, books). Knowledge might be exchanged for seedlings, and seeds for a good story, zinnias might be exchanged for tomatoes, and a glazed pot for some cucumbers or for a rusty but still worthy trowel.
Bring plants, home-made gifts, re-giftables, gardening books and cookbooks, recipes, or any other thing you’d be willing to surrender to, or share with, a neighbor. Enjoy an evolving array of plants and neighborly gifts including, during April, seeds, seedlings, houseplants, herbs, Amish Friendship Bread starter and homemade tomato soup, and, during May and June, shrubs, perennials, annuals and herbs. In August and September, weather-permitting, pick your own black cherry tomatoes.
Everything will be available for sale at cost, or for exchange (like-for-like or by GEEE-change). Our costs are our costs (yours and ours); free to us is free to us: anything GEEE receives for free you can receive for free (including seeds from the GEEE Seed Library and seeds donated by Seeds of Change through the Sowing Millions Project).
Discover how local abundance can support a general economy.
GEEE operates on an honor system and exchanges can be made whenever HPAC is open. If you’d like to have a person-to-person exchange, Patrick will be available during April and May: Fridays and Saturdays 11-4 or by appointment.
Special thanks to The Rebuilding Exchange and Seeds of Change.
questions? plants? contact: email@example.com
check out the G.E.E.E. blog at: http://generaleconomyexquisiteexchange.blogspot.com/