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  • Springfield, MO
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Maine Town Takes Control of Local Food Supply

I believe Patricia Tursi posted this previously but I couldn't find it so I'm reposting this message. If Maine can do this and succeed, the only thing keeping US from doing it also is local apathy,…Continue

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Started Jun 9, 2011

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Jun 23, 2016
Madelynn Frazier might attend Aubree Taylor's event

C-Street Market Vendor Meeting at Commercial Club Building

March 3, 2012 from 10am to 12pm
The C-Street Market Vendor Meeting is this Saturday, March 3rd, at 10AM. We are holding the meeting in the newly renovated Commercial Club Building located at 299 E. Commercial Street.We hope that you will consider joining our vending family this season.  We are looking for Farmers, Artisans, Bakers and Crafters. We also host live music every Saturday. If you know any musicians send them our way!Vendor Information Price for the entire season is $150; individuals wishing to set up periodically…See More
Feb 29, 2012
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Sep 20, 2011
Madelynn Frazier commented on Madelynn Frazier's event Roadtrip to FREE Sustainable Living Fair
"Ok, everyone,  if you are going to Columbia this Sunday-we're leaving the Kansas Expwy Wal-Mart parking lot at 8 a.m. You can certainly make your way up there on your own but if you're wanting to caravan with us. Be there or…"
Sep 16, 2011
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"Don't forget the Free-Sustainable Living Fair this Sunday. Check the event for full info."
Sep 14, 2011
Madelynn Frazier commented on Galen Chadwick's blog post Road trip! Major Sustainable Living Fair this Sunday, 18th-
"If you're committed emotionally, mentally and physically and have a small group that's like-minded, Galen's outline for food sovereignty in your area WILL work. It's not easy but every time a shopper walks out with a bag of…"
Sep 14, 2011
Patricia P. Tursi is attending Madelynn Frazier's event

Roadtrip to FREE Sustainable Living Fair at Columbia College Student Commons 1001 Rogers Street Columbia, MO

September 18, 2011 from 11am to 6pm
Helping learn sustainable living thru workshops, educational and vendor booths, speakers and the opportunity to meet and network with sustainability minded folks from throughout mid-Missouri.Will be leaving no later than 8 a.m.  by group of vehicles or bus. PLEASE use comment section on my page to RSVP with questions, needs and contributions. Gas expense will be shared among us.Be sure and wear your WFNA buttons and Feed MIssouri First Coalition buttons if you have them!!See More
Sep 13, 2011
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FREE Sustainable Living Fair at Columbia College Student Commons 1001 Rogers Street Columbia, MO

September 18, 2011 from 11am to 6pm
Helping learn sustainable living thru workshops, educational and vendor booths, speakers and the opportunity to meet and network with sustainability minded folks from throughout mid-Missouri.Will be leaving no later than 8 a.m.  by group of vehicles or bus. PLEASE use comment section on my page to RSVP with questions, needs and contributions. Gas expense will be shared among us.Be sure and wear your WFNA buttons and Feed MIssouri First Coalition buttons if you have them!!See More
Sep 13, 2011
Madelynn Frazier posted a status
"Busy, Busy, Busy, co-ordinating the road trip to Columbia. Hope you're coming!!"
Sep 13, 2011
Madelynn Frazier commented on Joy Tilton's blog post Living Green
"Nice photos. Just listening to you talk about your place makes me wish I lived in such a place. Someone who's never lived in the country can't begin to imagine the pleasure if living surrounded by nature. I miss the country."
Sep 13, 2011
Madelynn Frazier posted a status
"Galen has written another timely letter to the News-Leader If you missed it, here's the link http://ning.it/rkAvbe I highly recommend it."
Jul 25, 2011
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Maine Town Takes Control of Local Food Supply

I believe Patricia Tursi posted this previously but I couldn't find it so I'm reposting this message. If Maine can do this and succeed, the only thing keeping US from doing it also is local apathy, lethargy and lack of motivation.Come to the meeting at the Library Station this Sunday afternoon. It's posted in EVENTS by Lincoln Justice. Let's get started being a Food Freedom City too!!(NaturalNews) The town of Sedgwick, Maine, currently leads the pack as far as food sovereignty is concerned.…See More
Jun 9, 2011
Madelynn Frazier commented on Nick Helm's blog post Whole Foods admits its organic foods contain genetically modified ingredients
"The EFSA link was a little confusing as to exactly which area our comments needed to be directed toward. Can you clarify that for us Lorraine?"
Jun 7, 2011
Madelynn Frazier commented on Nick Helm's blog post Whole Foods admits its organic foods contain genetically modified ingredients
"Trader Joe's is in the same position. Carrying a percentage of GMO foods but not knowing how much or which ones because they're not labeled. So don't think you're getting healthy foods just because these stores advertise…"
Jun 7, 2011
Madelynn Frazier and Lorraine Frazier are now friends
Jun 7, 2011

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What is your area of expertise?
Gardening, Canning, seed starting
What is your favorite vegetable?
Green Beans/tomatoes

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Columbia Million Garden event

Posted on September 20, 2011 at 2:28pm

Feed Missouri First Coalition

Several People are getting together to attend the first meeting of a new activist umbrella round table called the Feed Missouri First Coalition.

 

This is not another organization but an informal, highly flexible vanguard of "walk-the-talk" friends dedicated to helping where and when they can with tangible, fast action, selfless service and dedicated to restoring our food security.

 

The first goal of each meeting: to agree upon at least one…

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Posted on May 16, 2011 at 10:30pm

Get Prepared Expo

For all of you that weren't able to attend this expo, you missed an invaluable opportunity for information and products we're all going to benefit from. BUT, the great news is there's going to be another expo, projected dates Oct. 1 & 2, so  please try to attend. I gained some very useful information from the seminars I attended and my daughter, Lorraine, attended some that were in overlapping time frames (happened a lot) so we doubled up on our info gleaning.

 

The seminar…

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Posted on May 16, 2011 at 10:19pm

Progress at Gateway Farm

It was a busy day at Gateway Farm today. We had a whole group helping to cover the greenhouse. Jackie had some relatives visiting and they helped too. Everyone also helped digging up iron weed, weeding the lettuce, rebuilding the beds for the pole beans (chickens are really monsters in disguise), planting onions. We looked like a family of worker ants. The chickens didn't know where to go so they generally ran everywhere and the pea hens screamed at us a lot.So things are coming…

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Posted on May 7, 2011 at 8:15pm

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At 10:43pm on March 6, 2011, Galen Chadwick said…

yes, I think it important that we do a seed swap soon-

A run on the heirloom seed companies may happen if

food/gas prices suddenly skyrocket due to geopolitical events.

Hummert [Springfield Seed Company] reports much more activity

over last year, to give just one example. A successful seed swap can be the basis for greater organizational and networking activities within a town like Ozark, or Nixa, say.

Different allied groups like Mom's for Local Foods, and the 1000 Gardens Project, can have info tables, and help get the community focused on practical steps. We won't have to do this alone. Give me a call soon, and we can think about how, when and where this could be done.  [417] 353-7758 All the best, Galen

At 7:34pm on March 6, 2011, Galen Chadwick said…

Seed saving is just about the most patriotic thing we can do-

you might think about helping us organize a citizen's

seed swap sometime this spring!

 

all the best,

Galen

At 2:32pm on March 6, 2011, Cathy said…
Hi, Madelyn, and welcome! There is a lot of good stuff on this site. Feel free to email me to talk about things. Spring is almost here!!!
 
 
 

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