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Referred here by a member of Wildlife Gardeners. 9 27.27%
A link found in an internet search (Google, Yahoo, etc.). I was searching for ... 11 33.33%
An organization I belong to mentioned WildlifeGardeners.org. 1 3.03%
WildlifeGardeners.org was mentioned at a presentation I attended. 0 0%
Email from WildlifeGardeners.org. 3 9.09%
A link found on another website. (Which one?) 6 18.18%
Other. (Please let us know what it was.) 3 9.09%
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Old 08-03-2010, 12:32 PM   #21
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F. A link found on another website. (Which one?) Gardenweb's NativePlantForum
I ended up checking back on NativePlantForum for something else and happened upon that thread. I've been spending all of my time here on WG and haven't been back there for a long time.

Anyway, I found the name of who provided the link and then someone else who seconded the recommendation: northeastwisc and eshore21814
So, I guess it was both a recommendation AND a link.


I typed back the reason for my delayed response: "I blame eshore21814 and northeastwisc for getting me hooked on the wildlife gardeners site."

Here I'd like to thank you both--assuming you are here, but going by a different name. Thanks for the link and recommendation! I love this site!
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Old 08-05-2010, 12:58 AM   #22
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I also use the Unread Posts method. I especially like that little gray arrowhead on the left of the thread title that takes me right to the first unread post.

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Here I'd like to thank you both--assuming you are here, but going by a different name. Thanks for the link and recommendation!
You're welcome - I try to spread the word about WG whenever I get the chance.
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Old 08-05-2010, 08:57 AM   #23
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Google. I was searching for just "wildlife forums" and here we are. Gardeners tacked onto Wildlife isn't too bad...
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Old 08-05-2010, 09:59 AM   #24
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I also use the Unread Posts method. I especially like that little gray arrowhead on the left of the thread title that takes me right to the first unread post.

You're welcome - I try to spread the word about WG whenever I get the chance.
~smile~ I assumed it was you--your nickname is different, but similar on that other site.

Thanks again, NEWisc!
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Old 08-11-2010, 12:09 PM   #25
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I was searching for a site that I could ask questions about bokashi. I now see discussions on other subjects that interest me; gardening, lawn care, native plants, composting, vermiposting, etc.
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Welcome, caseynet. Glad you found us and found other interesting topics here.

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I was searching for a site that I could ask questions about bokashi. I now see discussions on other subjects that interest me; gardening, lawn care, native plants, composting, vermiposting, etc.
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I was looking for caterpillar identification sites, and this site came up. I had never heard of it before, but fell in love at once.
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