Lisbeth Ann Williams: WY’s Lisbeth Ann’s wonderful “My New Year’s Garden” leads off our bonus issue, “The Weeder’s Reader.” Her blog is swansanctuary.org.
Lois McClatchie: Park Rapids, MN’s Lois is a woods-loving retired physical therapist.
Laurel Radomski: An avid (“well, rabid”) WI gardener, Laurel had stories in eight other issues!
Martha Dahlen: “I confess that at heart I am more forager than gardener. In Hong Kong for 20 years, I ‘foraged’ the urban markets!”
Andrew Normand: From Shropshire, UK: “I am a school teacher, father, and general dogsbody (worker) in my wife’s allotment.”
Ellyn Siegel: After years on the East Coast, CA’s Ellyn is thrilled to now have a garden year-round.
Ryan Stovall: A Green Beret turned gardener extrordinaire, ME’s Ryan had family/garden stories in the last three issues.
Steve Mauer: “I’ve done public relations for the Philadelphia Flower Show and have a (real) 40-year-old turtle in my South Philly garden.”
Suzanne R. Virchick: Mifflinburg, PA’s Suzanne is “retired, an animal, bird, and nature lover, and carer of stray cats.”
Maggie Meehan: Maggie’s two prior “Gardening Fools” adventures can both be found in GP No. 119.
Liz Joseph: A former farmer, Liz is pursuing an MFA at the University of New Hampshire.
Carolyn Curtis: Carolyn loves CA native plants and has written for a range of publications.
Cherie Walter: “After managing a $64-million corporate budget, I moved to a farm—and cats—in OR’s Hood River Valley.”