I am sending an e-mail to Donna and Robyn to see if they can send me a link to their u-tube video that makes sense.

Donna, AAS Horticulture
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 503 449 2402

“I began gardening as a source of food for my children and found that gardening makes me happy. It’s about passion, so I made it a priority. Now I garden full-time.”

Donna has been an organic gardener for the past 16 years. She received her horticulture degree in 2006 and received her Horticulture Therapy Certificate in August 2004 from Legacy Emanuel Hospital.

Donna held an Ameri-Corp Vista position with Growing Gardens as Home Garden Educator Mentor and was facilitator of garden workshops in February 2004 through Feb 2005. As Garden Manager Coordinator, she designed and created the childrens garden at Davis Elementary School, coordinated 873 hours of volunteer work and found donations of $7896.00. Donna also created a school curriculum to utilize the garden as an outdoor learning space.

She has been a sponsor of an organic garden space at the Brentwood Community Garden with the Food For People program, Portland, OR. since the Spring of 2003. Also at Brentwood Garden she facilitated a weekly mother/daughter garden project group Spring thru Fall of 2003.

Donna was Project Coordinator for the Families And Students Together program of the Metropolitan Family Services in Portland, OR., and the childrens garden group at Davis Elementary School Spring/Summer 2004.
She designed and implemented the Childrens Garden at Monterey Bay Waldorf School, CA. Spring of 2002 and volunteered 30 hours a week for 18 months with the Little Town Food Bank in Tucson, AZ., 2001–2002.

Oct 2004 June 2006, Horticulture AAS Clackamas Community College. Clackamas, OR
June 2003-Aug 2004, Horticulture Therapy Certification program, Legacy Emanuel Hospital, Portland, OR
February 1977- May 1979, Medical Assistant Program.
Southern California College of Medical Careers Anaheim, CA

	Robyn, AAS Horticulture

Email: [email protected]
Phone: 971 506 6508

Hello, I am originally from southern Idaho, I moved to the Portland area about 6 years ago. I first fell in love with this area on a vacation during Portlands wonderful spring downpour. Everything was so incredibly green and vibrant. What a beautiful place to grow food and plants.

After several years assisting the public at a retail garden center, I decided to continue my education at the areas top horticulture school, Clackamas Community College. Less than two years latter, I have my degree!

Organic farming is one of my passions. Eating food that is fresh, safe and local is imperative. Being able to provide a sense of community associated with the operation of growing good foods and eating them, is important. Helping people realize this goal is an amazing feeling.

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