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  • commented 2017-12-15 10:28:01 -0800
    Dear Green For All,


    The School of Adaptive Agriculture is now accepting applications for their 2018 Spring and Summer terms. We would appreciate if could share the information below with your members. Thank you in advance for your help.


    Regards,


    Kelly Hansen

    Office Manager




    Learn to Farm With Us


    Are you looking for your entry point into sustainable agriculture? Having a strong understanding of crop production, animal husbandry, business management, industrial arts, and community dynamics is integral to launching you into the food system. Join us at SAA for an inspirational and transformational 12 weeks. We are now accepting applications for 2018 Spring and Summer terms!


    The School of Adaptive Agriculture’s program is designed for practical people who are ready to make a difference in the real world. Students’ with a desire to enter a career in agriculture equipped with essential skills, knowledge, and resources. Students who want to be among the million new farmers, ranchers, and small businesses this country needs in order to transform agriculture through creative and profitable enterprises.


    At the School of Adaptive Agriculture, students are immersed in a residential training program and are exposed to a broad spectrum of scales, styles, strategies, and skills. This 12-week program combines experiential learning on a 5,000-acre diverse ranch with classroom based learning in order to send students off with a comprehensive vocabulary, skill set, and understanding of the foundations of small-scale agriculture. You will live and work on a beautiful 5,000-acre ranch with diverse vegetables, grains, fruit trees, and livestock. Guest instructors and staff members provide a comprehensive skill-based curriculum in business management, marketing, industrial arts, animal husbandry, soil and ecology, and crop production, supported by an understanding of the theory and history of our food systems. You will leave with hands-on practical experience, and a framework for thinking outside the box, creative decision-making, and communication that improves your business planning, community networking, and relationship building. Over 25 field trip hosts and 12 guest instructors participate in the learning experience, giving students a well-rounded education that will help to launch them into a career in the food system.


    www.school-of-adaptive-agriculture.org
  • commented 2017-12-14 00:04:11 -0800
    I heard about you guys through word of mouth on my college campus. I’ve been following the efforts of the organization for about 3 years now. However, now I have a great opportunity to partner with green for all and public allies. Is there any way we can collaborate together? I live in New Orleans and there is a serious issue with water here. Either lead in the orleans parish water sysytem, or recent class action lawsuits against the sewage and water board following flooding. I’d love to get involved somehow with the community and green for all. And create more exposure to the organization.
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  • commented 2017-12-06 16:46:02 -0800
    I want to help. Can you help me to help you? I need guidance to set up a benefit concert for you here in Scotland. I have no experience , I must tell you that straight off , but I gotta lot of heart and so do all of my people. I am a 48 yr old white guy who grew up in poverty in Liverpool. If you look up Liverpool in the 80’s you will see what I mean.

    I know personally a lot of musicians who will play for free to raise money and awareness for you guys. We all have big hearts and love for our fellow man and we are happy to give our time and talent and forum to do what needs to be done.

    It would be our honour.

    Please contact me if you think you can help.

    Or , feel free to pass my details onto anyone that you know that CAN give me the tools and guidance to get this done.

    I will make it my mission.

    That is my promise and gift to you all.


    Terence Edward McGlynn
  • commented 2017-11-28 10:58:36 -0800
    Mr. Jones, I have contacted my local politicians, including the Mayor of Los Angeles: Garcetti, Karen Bass, Maxine Waters, and US Senator Kamala Harris for help with the VA and Navy. I also wrote to former President Obama, regarding this same problem before he left office. I have yet to get any results. It is because of the current climate in our country that I write to you. Please read and help me, Sir.

    As a Combat Veteran suffering from PTSD, I respectfully request your assistance in my appeal for a change in the characterization of my discharge from “Other Than Honorable” (OTH) to Medical Discharge due to PTSD. I was diagnosed with PTSD in April 2010 while on active duty. After my second combat zone deployment to Iraq, my Command ignored my plea for assistance with my PTSD in the 19 months prior to my discharge. I was separated with an OTH despite being back home less than the required 720 days in accordance with OPNAVINST 6100.3 Navy regulation. Prior to being discharged there was no medical record review performed by my Command to ascertain if my unusual behavior had been caused by a mental illness (per US code 10-1177). My personnel records show that I had performed well up until my second deployment. In fact, I was selected for a prestigious residency at the Naval Medical Center San Diego and promoted to Lieutenant Commander.

    Both the VA and the Naval Review Board denied my request for a change in my discharge. According to Navy/DOD regulations (BUMED memo 6000), a member cannot be discharged under Other Than Honorable conditions if they have a documented medical condition caused by a deployment; especially if the separation is occurring less than 720 days from returning from an Imminent Danger area; and especially if the condition is TBI or PTSD.

    In November 2011, I was discharged to the streets with severe PTSD, requiring high doses of medications and therapy. No service member, especially those who have put their life on the line for our country, should ever be treated as I have been treated. I risked my life for our country and flag.

    I respectfully request your help in getting my discharge rightfully changed to a General or Medical Discharge due to PTSD and having the VA establish me as Honorable for VA purposes. In return I will be a dedicated member and fighter for the causes of Green For All.


    Very Respectfully,


    Mark D. Williams, MD

    Williamsmdd@hotmail.com

    951-367-7734
  • commented 2017-11-17 12:27:27 -0800
    I’m a disabled Microbiologist, inspired by the Green for all ethic. I can show low erosion gardening, so that trees are better at carbon fixing. Plus I have a wacky idea for wind generation, it needs development. Peace, OM
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  • commented 2017-08-02 11:48:51 -0700
    I’ve been unable to contact someone about communities being sold solar panels without reaping any benefit from excess energy that may be generated because utilities because electric utilities don"t want to face their emerging role as a trader or traffic cop between communities with excess energy and those with a shortfall. If they did so it would speed up the shift t solar at the community level, create green jobs, and benefit the atmosphere. Help you guys!!!!