366 days of gratitude

Rotary visited a propagation nursery this evening.

It gave us a fascinating insight into the science and art of growing vegetables and trees from seed on a large-scale, and the knowledge and technology involved in doing it.

It’s a small business and the passion the owners have for it was obvious.

The visit gave us an appreciation for the work, the business and the people who make it a success and I’m grateful for that.

One Response to 366 days of gratitude

  1. Paul Scott says:

    Sounds good. With the gas of life Co2 reaching 400 ppmillion, it should get better and better for plants on Mother Earth. And we can be grateful for that. Unless You are a toxic green that is. They are only grateful for bad things.

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