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Despite growing up in the country, Kellie loves every minute of living in the city - especially converting her lawn into an edible landscape. She has veggie beds and a fruit forest, and her biggest garden pest (besides slugs!) is her golden retriever Clover, who is clever enough to know the difference between a ripe and unripe cherry tomato and often helps herself, right off the vine.
When Kellie is not gardening, one of her hobbies is knitting – a skill she taught herself from a library book while in high school. Kellie has been knitting for 15 years and has made hats, mittens, sweaters, blankets, and even a toy dinosaur.
She recently installed solar panels on her roof converting her house to have a net zero impact on the electrical grid. The solar panels will supply all their electrical needs!
Welcome to the team Kellie!!