A Trio of Sonoma magazine stories: bees, permaculture, and seaweed photography
I have three stories in the March issue of Sonoma magazine. Plus a contributor bio up front, for the second time in Sonoma. Always kinda cool. Anyway the first story profiles a Petaluma beekeeper. The second is a brief, but informative Q&A about permaculture design with a leading local practitioner. And the third is a 700-word profile of a San Francisco photographer who uses a flatbed scanner to capture images of seaweed collected in Sonoma County and beyond. The profile is laid out beautifully over nine pages with accompanying examples of her work. Don't miss it and such.