Starting February 26, 2018, I became a full time RVer traveling the country, spreading the good news about the importance of local food systems. My website is www.goodfoodbrigade.org. Our main campaign is Victory Gardens (and farms) 2.0. It's an homage to the government campaign of the same name during WWII to grow our own food, create stronger local economies, eat healthier food and create more connected communities. This time, I'm adding on farms that feed our local communities as they are vital to a strong food systems. Please sign our petition at the site! And if you feed yourself, your family or community, please sign up your garden or farm!!
Other goals on my way:
1- See the history of our amazing country and experience our different cultures across the land.
2- Doing a lifelong dream of a Sacred Sites Tour to experience and honor all the traditions across the land by standing in the middle of Holy Places and breathing them in. Churches, caves, cemeteries, standing stones, temples, mosques, forests, etc are on the list. I'd love to hear about your local sites.
3- Replenish 50% of my food from local sources along the way (not that easy in winter)
4- Celebrate the amazing people in this country
Looking forward to connecting if we have the chance!
I can speak with some knowledge about healthy food, ethical issues around food, how to get bills passed (over that work but willing to help and give what I have learned). I know lots about GMOs, pesticides, and the future of food in our country.
Pretty good cook.
I give a great head/neck/shoulder massage
I used to have a dried flower company so am pretty good with flowers. I make a mean Lavendar Wand.
I'm new to this so am learning. So far, I've been on "schedules" and not able to hook into the fun places so much. Looking forward to more of that.
Chico, California. I've lived there for 40 years. It's a small town about an hour and a half north of Sacramento, 2/5 hours to Tahoe, the Bay Area, Mt. Shasta and about 3 hours from the Pacific Ocean.
I do have a cargo carrier that adds 3 ft. I have a 1994 Firan Telstar named Myrtle. The cargo carrier is there to carry my educational stuff that I'm sharing while on the road plus stuff to do info booths at conferences and festivals.