Friday, February 13, 2009

Transition '09 to Pass out "1000 Gardens Project" Signs at the Fairgrounds on Valentine's Day

I received a news release from "The Well-Fed Neighbor Alliance" this morning.

Tomorrow is the day you can go to the Fairgrounds and pick up you 1,000 gardens project sign, beginning at 2:00 p.m. Go to Gate 1 at the fairgrounds.

According to the news release:

"The "1000 Gardens Project" is a public awareness program designed to shed light on the importance of a thriving local agricultural industry to the Sustainability and Security of the Ozarks.

The "1000 Gardens Project" is a part of Transition '09, an initiative whose goals include local food security, economic re-localization, and a viable energy descent plan."

You can call Ruell Chappell for more information at 417-848-6543, or visit The Well-Fed Neighbor Alliance's Web site for more information on Transition '09, including the "1000 Gardens Project."


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