As the season changes…so too does my lifestyle. I’m moving on and hopefully up.
Friday was my last day at TimberPine Nursery. It was bittersweet.
TimberPine was my first real job out of college. It was where I learned what landscape design was like in the real world. It’s where I met my husband. It’s where Katie Ketelsen marinated for the last 7 years.
I am very thankful for TimberPine as they have helped lead me to where I stand today.
The movement to buy fresh buy local will only grow stronger in the years to come and I’m ready to climb on that bandwagon by joining Urban515. Formerly my efforts with Urban515 can be seen on Twitter, Facebook and occasionally blogging. I hope to bring you the behind-the-scenes view of the local businesses you may not even know exist. To learn more about Urban515 and the membership benefits for you as a consumer, please check out their website and if you have any questions, drop me a line at Katie@Urban515.com.
Staying true to my horticulture roots, I will also be joining the Better Homes and Gardens group working to add content to their website, help bring garden trends and best practices to your inbox and contribute to their Everyday Gardeners blog .
I’m so excited for this new journey. It too is bittersweet. Thank you for sticking along with me.