Land’s Sake: Focus on Floyd’s Bounty and Future
Since it seems that the upcoming event is taking most of my keystrokes and neuron-firing just now, I guess I might as well let you folks in on it:
Land’s Sake: Floyd’s Journey Ahead is a land-and-natural-resource day planned for April 16.
Details are still coming into place. But NOW is the time to request free space for your land-ag-sustainable non-profit or business. Here’s the preliminary call that will appear in Thursday’s Floyd Press, but you got the jump!
Exhibitors Wanted: “Land’s Sake — Floyd’s Journey Ahead” will take place on April 16th at the Floyd County High School from 9:30am to 3:00 pm. Partnership for Floyd is seeking individuals, businesses and organizations to share ideas about our land — how to use it, preserve it, protect it. This is an opportunity for your business or organization to present information on agriculture, our natural resources, local products, energy efficiency, and more. Bring your pamphlets, displays, brochures etc. Each participant should provide their own table and chairs — plan on a 10×10 space. For more information, please contact Karin Grosshans at (540)239-0375 or Lynn Carden at (757)355-0010.
I have a really good feeling about this year’s effort. There is a broad coalition of folks coming together with a common purpose: to celebrate, understand, and act on behalf of Floyd County’s natural resources towards a sustainable, resilient future.
More details can be found in this preliminary announcement, also subject to some fine tuning. Go read it at Scribd.