AgriCULTURE Week – April 27 to May 3, 2009

I received an email from One Hill Productions. One Hill Productions constructed a wonderful directory of services for Kamloops called Access Kamloops. If you want to know what is happening in Kamloops bookmark these pages.

The Kamloops Urban Hen Movement is having a week long event! It’s got movies, lectures and workshops. Go to Omelettes for Everyone for the schedule.

I want to make a mention about all the local activists that are right now out there fighting for our collective freedom. I find my heart is filled with renewed hope for my society when I think of these young, enthusiastic people working towards making all of our lives a little freer. Here are links to just a few of our local heroines working towards a better world:
One Hill Productions run by Skylark Disraeti, a local writer, editor and web designer. She has done so much work for social justice in Kamloops it’s too much to list here.
Kamloops Urban Hen Movement run by Bonnie Klohn, a student at Thompson Rivers University. Along with her full time studies she works at Campus Climate Network and is working towards changing bylaws to allow chickens in the City of Kamloops.
Urban Hens for Kamloops run by Sarah Harder, a local landscape designer and chicken lover. Kamloops Urban Homestead run by Karin Wilds who is working towards her own food independence and is challenging other Kamloops residents to do the same.

We are very fortunate to have big hearted people in our community. So lets get out there and change the world together!

Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed people can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.
Margaret Mead