Tag Archives: grassroots movement

Movies & Things I’ve been Watching

One of the best things about technology is that we can know what’s actually going on to a greater degree than in previous times. Once upon a time, you had to wait until a presidential candidate arrived in your area on a train to know what he looked like! And, not so long ago, it …

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Cool Urban Farmer Friends

Way back in 1980, when I began art college, I met a couple of people named Kim & Mike. They belonged to what I called the “hippie Christian crowd,” & I didn’t think much about them at the time. Not long after that, I met Scott. Within a few short years, Mike married Kim, Scott …

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Dear Reader…Thank You!

You are reading this blog, & I am grateful. I started just a few weeks ago, as a part of my schooling to become a certified health coach. But I really didn’t know much about blogging (I now know…only a little more!) Some of you read these posts via facebook, some directly through Word Press. …

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Rooting for the Underdog

I don’t know the numbers. I have no idea how much Monsanto is worth, or Coca Cola, McDonald’s, the school lunch program funded by our government. And I really don’t know about Whole Foods, Chipotle, or Food Inc (the movie) in terms of their financial picture. But I’m pretty sure these (latter) organizations are the …

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