Family Friendly Farm

May 11, 2013 Food Fun & Fellowship

This months topic will be a powerpoint presentation of Yard Food Production by Harvey Ussery. This is from a presentation he gave at the Weston A Price Conference in 2011. He will not be with us in person but we can learn so much anyway. If I can work it out I would like to have a local expert here as well.

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Striving for food independence is something many of us want to achieve someday. Learn along with us on what we can do right now.

Striving for food independence is something many of us want to achieve someday. Learn along with us on what we can do right now.

Yard Food Production

This is all about empowerment! You can do it! We will learn together and encourage each other.

Saturday, May 11, 2013
at Family Friendly Farm
6 pm Potluck dinner, bring two dishes to share
7 pm Powerpoint Presentation – Yard Food Production

Come and learn more about why growing it yourself really does make a difference.

Bring a friend or family member

Perhaps you have already grown great gardens? What about your coworkers or that friend that thinks you have jumped off the deep end? This is the perfect way to introduce them to your way of thinking.

Can’t join us?

If you have a busy schedule or other commitments that day don’t be alarmed, you can pick up a copy for not very much at Amazon. It is the kind of thing you want to share with your extended family to help them see the difference.

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This is all part of our new monthly series focused on Food, Fun and Fellowship.

Food

We all know the best social events involve food, right! So bring it on; we all love to eat. I’m thinking a potluck, home-style dinner will do. Nothing fancy just whatever you normally eat. We eat grain free so I will bring something easy for me to prepare in advance like chili, pot roast, cream of something soup, carrot sticks, etc. If you don’t eat grain free that is fine, please don’t feel you need to cater to everyone’s needs. Bring foods you enjoy making and eating. I don’t want this to be stressful. I’m not worried about the meal being balanced or who is bringing what. Just come and have food, fun and fellowship.

Fun

We will be having so much fun; I am eager to share ideas with you. We will have food and health documentaries, powerpoint presentations, speakers and having demonstrations. Each month at the meeting we will decide what the next months topic will be – the one with the most votes wins.

Fellowship

Here is a chance to have fellowship with like minded individuals and families. We will have a chance to slow down and visit. Do you feel rushed in your everyday life without time to build relationships? Perhaps everyone you know thinks your nuts with this “health kick”. Let us be an encouragement to you.

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