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    • LOCAL EATS IN NORTHERN CALIFORNIA’S CENTRAL VALLEY

    • LOCAL LIBATIONS INCLUDING BEER, WINE, MILK & COFFEE

    • FOOD FOR THOUGHT

    • GARDENING. EVENTS. TRAVEL. SHOPPING. MEET YOUR MAKERS.

    • FIND STORIES ABOUT LOCAL FOOD, FARMS, CHEFS, ARTISANS AND MORE IN OUR PAST ISSUE ARCHIVE.

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Joshua Burman Thayer

Joshua Burman Thayer, a permaculture designer and educator based in Alameda, California, is regular contributor to Edible Shasta-Butte’s sister publication , Edible East Bay. Joshua provides lots of good advice on how to implement these and other garden plans in his monthly Gardener’s Notebook, a feature of Edible East Bay’s free e-newsletter. Sign up to receive it and also read Joshua’s past articles at edibleeastbay.com. Find Josh and his work at nativesungardens.com, and follow him on Twitter at @nativesungarden.

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