Hot Weather Doesn’t Matter, FTCLDF is Used to Dealing with the Heat
Earlier this month, we celebrated the anniversary of the wonderful legal defense fund that helps protect small farmers and farm-to-consumer direct sales. The Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund has done a world of good for those concerned with the future of our rural economies and the health of our environment. Not to mention, consumer access to nutrient dense foods. Here is a story on the new FTCLDF blog that I wrote about the event:
You know, they always say most small businesses don’t make it to the 5 year mark. We are all proud of the mark FTCLDF has made on food politics, and prouder still they are still going after it 5 years later! We know it is because they are all awesome at what they do!
Please see the video slideshow and my photos of the event, below!
See also, an interesting piece by a journalist who attended the FTCLDF Fifth Anniversary event:
Transition Voice: Factory Farming A Communist Plot
Here is a great video that also captures the event. It was produced by Aleesha Haigwood, who works on the farm with her family, Mike and Barb Haigwood, farm manager and cheesemaker. If you weren’t able to attend, after this video and my photo gallery, below, you will feel as though you were with us!
Thank you, Sally and Geoffrey for a spectacular day! We enjoyed so much being with you to honor your work and that of FTCLDF on the occasion of the FTCLDF Fifth Anniversary.
Here is my photo gallery of the event, with some of my favorite pix!
Kimberly Hartke is the publicist for the Weston A. Price Foundation.