About me

About me
I’m a multi-disciplinary person with lots of interests—email marketing, building websites, photography, gardening, landscaping, cooking, writing—but one common thread unites them all: a love of great design that helps people.  

As a designer, gardener, mom, and human, I’ve also found lots of inspiration from the permaculture movement. I’ve been blogging my permaculture journey in my home landscape for the past 10+ years.

My skillset / your project
My day job is as an email developer for a nonprofit health insurer in Minnesota—I’ve been working in various email marketing and web design roles for 15+ years. I’ve built websites and managed social media accounts in a nonprofit setting. I dabble in writing and photography. Most importantly, I am Mom to two brilliant kids who happened to be born the same day.

I’d love to hear about a project that you might need help on. Drop me a line using the form below! Or connect with me via LinkedIn | Twitter | Facebook.

 

4 thoughts on “About me

  1. I had just read an articel you had written about alternatives to peat. You mentioned that rice hulls weren`t really native to your area. What about wild rice hulls. There are processors in our state with Mountains of them. Just a thought………..Eric

  2. Wow. I just stumbled upon your website, and have bookmarked to read some more – great content! Would love to know how your hops are growing and if you are happy with that decision? Have a great day and really enjoy your writings.

    1. Hi Don, my hops are doing very well (still frozen in the ground as of right now). We’ve had a few nice harvests—we have 4 vines and the one that gets more sun definitely produces more flowers, but that was not a surprise. They work great for shade and screening during the summer months, just as we hoped they would.

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