Even in the midst of this crisis, there is so much to be grateful for. Many of you are taking this time as an opportunity to recommit to service above self and share aloha, love, and kindness with those who need it most right now.
Living aloha is Kim Murphy, aka “Dirt”, a die-hard Tulsi volunteer who has committed her life to service above self.
Meet Dirt Murphy
Hello! My name is Dirt Murphy. I'm an urban farmer in West Asheville, NC. For several years, I've practiced intensive organic production on 1/10 of an acre. I currently sell eggs, plant starts, and mushrooms (when I have enough fruiting to part with!). In addition to these, I also raise fruits, berries, and medicinal and culinary herbs.
The COVID-19 outbreak inspired me to seek more land in our neighborhood for cultivation because the outbreak has restricted the flow of labor, tractor parts, and agricultural inputs needed by large farms. In other words, I'm concerned that there won't be as much fresh food on grocery store shelves to meet the dietary needs of my neighbors.
I have now secured permission to use approximately 1/2 an acre over three plots, in addition to my original 1/10 of an acre, and have put together a crew of backyard gardeners and horticulturists to help me produce fresh vegetables and mushrooms for our neighbors in need. I supply the production experience and the plants, and they supply the enthusiasm! I hope this action will spread to other neighborhoods as well!
With love and aloha,
Kimberly “Dirt” Murphy
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Dirt is an example of how we can all spread aloha during these most challenging times. By standing together as Americans and setting our differences aside, we will defeat this threat.
Sending aloha and thanks to all of you. Let’s continue to fight. Let’s continue to stand up with each other and for each other.
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