Monday, September 22, 2008

APLS Growing in New England

APLS fever is spreading . . . to the place where our country was born. That's right! It is APLS season in New England. Tina at crstn85 has offered to pick up the bushel and peck for your maple-syrup infested neck of the woods. Of course, she wouldn't mind a little help if so any of you Yanks would like to help her co-coordinate, leave a comment here on or her introductory post.

How the New England APLS group evolve is up to you. You may end up passing about information on local events, sharing seasonal tips, swapping supplies, discussing local green politics, or meeting up in person. This regional group can be anything you want it to be - but first you have to join. Please let Tina know that your a Yankee APLS by commenting on her welcome post - coming up very soon.

If you are not yet in our bushel basket, leave a comment so we can add you. And if your region is leader-less as of yet, ask yourself if you'd like to be an APLS coordinator. No experience necessary. :) Just enthusiasm. Email us at aplscarnival(at)gmail(dot)com to volunteer.

Then stay tuned. APLS season is spreading. More regions ripening soon.