Well Fed Neighbor

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James Milliman
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  • Buffalo, MO
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WFNA Meeting in Buffalo tomorrow at 2:30 p.m. at Christ Community Church, 368 State Road MM, Buffalo, MO

October 23, 2010 from 2:30pm to 4:30pm
Galen and Ruell are coming to Buffalo tomorrow at 2:30 p.m. to introduce WFNA and answer questions. The event is open to the public, we welcome your participation!Direction: Christ Community Church, 368 State Road MM, Buffalo MO. From 65 N take the 73N interchange. 2 miles take right on DD. DD turns into Hackberry and then State Road MM (about 10 miles total). The church is 1 block North of Smith Brothers Recycling Center on the right hand side of the road.See you there!See More
Oct 22, 2010
Dale Wayne Jackson left a comment for James Milliman
"Thanks Char, Appreciate your acknowledgment. You seem to have a keen eye for video/photography. Thanks for taking the time to offer you feedback. Jackson"
Oct 18, 2010
James Milliman left a comment for Dale Wayne Jackson
"I just saw your video on permaculture. Your role as videographer is very important and your style of filming allows people and what they know to shine. Thanks for sharing it. - Char Milliman"
Oct 18, 2010
James Milliman posted a blog post

Energy Conference supports mission of Well Fed Neighbor

I had the pleasure of listening to the plenary given by Dr. John Ikerd on Sustainable Energy from Agriculture. His viewpoint of basing an economy on economics alone being a major source of the US economic difficulties at present is right on! He encouraged people to think more holistically; to consider creating local jobs and supporting local economies. He encouraged organic farming which he says originally referred to mean sustainable farming: intended to add to the land, improve soil and food…See More
Oct 8, 2010
Galen Chadwick and James Milliman are now friends
Oct 8, 2010
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Nutritionists and Health Professionals

Our most precious resource ... our health.
Oct 8, 2010
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Preserving the harvest

For the people who can freeze, dry, and pickle locally harvested food.
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Farmers & Ranchers

If you plant & harvest, feed & raise...this group is for you.See More
Oct 8, 2010
James Milliman and James A Zitting are now friends
Oct 5, 2010
Ruell Chappell left a comment for James Milliman
"Thank you for the kind words Charlene. You are right on the money. It is capitalism at its best. To be frank our tallest hurdle is getting producers to see beyond their field.. They are independent to the point that it makes working within a…"
Oct 4, 2010
James Milliman left a comment for Ruell Chappell
"My husband and I first heard about the WFNA while listening to the radio last Thursday. We attended both days of the summit and brought our business partners. It was well organized, thoughtful, inspiring and very timely. Thank you and everyone who…"
Oct 4, 2010
James Milliman is now friends with Ruell Chappell and Dale Wayne Jackson
Oct 4, 2010
James Milliman is attending Jennifer Ailor's event

Ozarks New Energy Conference at Plaster Student Union, Missouri State University

October 7, 2010 to October 8, 2010
The Oct. 7-8 conference in Springfield features a secure foods track that includes:Dr. John Ikerd on "Sustainable Food Production"Adam and Melissa Millsap on "Down on the Urban Farm: Lessons in Sustainability"Trish Jackson on "Perennial Crops for Food, Fuel & Electricity"Todd Tolbert and Richard Oswald on "Carbon Trading for Farmers"The conference offers other tracks in power generation, transportation, biofuels, energy efficiency and green building. Go to…See More
Oct 4, 2010
James Milliman is now a member of Well Fed Neighbor
Oct 4, 2010

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Operations, administration & management.
What is your favorite vegetable?
Pumpkin, pumpkin & pumpkin!

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Energy Conference supports mission of Well Fed Neighbor

I had the pleasure of listening to the plenary given by Dr. John Ikerd on Sustainable Energy from Agriculture. His viewpoint of basing an economy on economics alone being a major source of the US economic difficulties at present is right on! He encouraged people to think more holistically; to consider creating local jobs and supporting local economies. He encouraged organic farming which he says originally referred to mean sustainable farming: intended to add to the land, improve soil and food… Continue

Posted on October 8, 2010 at 8:52am

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At 7:24pm on October 18, 2010, Dale Wayne Jackson said…
Thanks Char,

Appreciate your acknowledgment. You seem to have a keen eye for video/photography. Thanks for taking the time to offer you feedback.
Jackson
At 4:28pm on October 4, 2010, Ron Meek said…
welcome to the well fed block
At 2:22pm on October 4, 2010, Ruell Chappell said…
Thank you for the kind words Charlene. You are right on the money. It is capitalism at its best. To be frank our tallest hurdle is getting producers to see beyond their field.. They are independent to the point that it makes working within a production system quite hard. The WFNA cooperative will build the value chain and the plan forward, but those that agree or desire to be part of it must work the plan..... otherwise we will never compete with larger concerns. Similar attempts have failed in the past because of the lack of a hub and the inability to get producers to work together. We are working to supply the hub..... but only the producers can decide to overcome the problem that they present.
Thank you again.
ruell
 
 
 

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