Eugene, OR, US
Looking to move away from metal cookware for health reasons. Looking for something I can use on the stove and in the oven. Thank you so much!!
I am a certified OSU Master Gardener, and specialize in Urban Biodynamic Organic Gardening. Would you like to turn you yard into a garden you can eat from and enjoy all year long? I can help you create food sustainability and security, right there where you live! Hit me up to come see my Silver Quarter Suburban Farm, on a 1/4 acre suburban property in Santa Clara :-)
Seeking volunteers willing to pitch in time and energy to help make a 2019 Kindista “Interdependence Day” event happen on July 4! Message me for more details.
I have an iMRS 2000 PEMF device that has a mat for whole body treatments, a pillow for pain treatments, and a probe for localized treatments. PEMF has been documented in many articles on PubMed to be an excellent adjunct in the treatment of over 284 medical conditions. Please message me if you would like to learn more about it.
Don’t throw throw those bones away, give them to me! Totally ok if they have come in contact with your mouth, as they will be boiled. Chicken bones, turkey bones, duck bones, beef bones, pig bones, sheep bones, goat bones... basically any “meat animal” bones except fish. Can be kept in the freezer until you are ready to part with them.
To keep warm this winter 🔥
The bigger the better.
Ideally somewhere between 20 and 35 lbs. Not looking for a compound bow. Recurve would be awesome, or a longbow would be good too. Arrows /quiver would be great as well.
For grinding coffee, as well as herbs and spices.
Are you a beekeeper? Message me!
Asking for a friend.
Tea lights, candles of all sizes as long as they are the unscented kind. I particularly love beeswax.
Decent to awesome sound quality would be nice. Any size.
If this sounds like a service you could offer, I'm requesting that you to post it as an offer.
I've noticed that getting physical objects to those who wish to receive them can sometimes be a challenging part of using Kindista. Some people don't have cars or much extra time, which can make giving each other things difficult especially when folks live on opposite ends of town. If someone with a vehicle (or bike trailer) felt like posting an offer to act as a Kindista delivery person, I think that would be super helpful.
Facilitating needs being fulfilled is a gift you could give your community, and there is need for it.
The kind you would roll up and take camping. Looking for one big enough for 2 tall people to sleep on.
If you're new-ish to town or just looking for something to do, would love to show you some favorite indoor/ outdoor spots in the area and maybe somewhere awesome to eat! Can offer transportation as well :)