- How to Host a Parade & USA Parade List.
- Watch a Short Video of some of our 172 MAAM parades in 2013!
- Want Tips on How to Start a Group for a Parade or Event?
- Need an Event Idea for earlier than the July 4th parades?
- Video on how to post a parade and email our supporters
- List of current and past events for reference
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Come to an informational talk about GMO's. Learn the facts and keep your family safe.
Learn the facts about GMO's, tips on avoiding GMO's and how to keep your family safe.
Come to an informative talk about GMO's. Hear about the latest research regarding GMO's. Learn the facts & keep your family safe.
I would like to take a few minutes to thank all of you for your time and involvement in our cause. If there is anything I can do to assist you, please feel free to contact me. I'm here to serve you anyway I can and I look forward to meeting and talking with you.
Pledge to go GMO-free this halloween! Provide a GMO-free trick or treating option at your house this year!
Email your address to email@example.com to be included in our list of list of healthy homes.
RSVP with your email address, and we'll send the Non GMO Project's guide to a "Green Halloween."
Live near Rutherfordton? Concerned about gmo's? Me too!! Please email or fb me, let's host a MAAM halloween table during the Main Street Halloween fun time from 5:30-7.
Round Rock ISD Healthy Lifestyles invites you to our annual Healthy Living Celebration on the Westwood High School field.
Activities include Rock climbing wall, mechanical bull, flash mob, board breaking contest, Yoga, “Amazing Race” obstacle course, face painting, facials, massages, sports drills, nutrition, GMO and cooking demonstrations, healthy food samples, medical screenings and SO much more FREE fun.
Fun Run begins at 12:30 pm on the Westwood track, prizes for top finishers. ADULTS you are invited too.
BRING YOUR BIKE for a free tune up, safety check and fun bike drills on the track.
12400 Mellow Meadow Drive near highway 183 and Lake Creek Drive
Do you care about what’s happening with our food system, but you’re not sure where to start?
Ever wondered which elected official you needed to call to take action on an issue or what to say to the person on the other end of the phone line when you do call?
Already done some activism work and want to learn more about how to be really effective and make a significant impact?
If any of these describe you, then check out the Farm and Ranch Freedom Alliance’s two-day intensive training on how to be an effective citizen activist!
Our system only works when people become involved. And every person counts. FARFA regularly lobbies at both the state and federal level, and an essential part of our mission is providing educational resources for people affected by government farm and food policies, empowering them to speak up on behalf of themselves.
Developing your goals
Finding allies and creating coalitions
Creating and promoting your message
Identifying the right people at various levels (city council, state legislators, or Congressmen)
Meeting with your elected officials
Developing effective tools and strategies
Seating is limited for this workshop so that we can provide personalized attention to all attendees. We want to ensure everyone gets the maximum benefit from the experience and that the workshop meets their goals for their activism work.
Pre-registration is requireed
Visit http://farmandranchfreedom.org/events/2014-citizen-activism-workshop/ for more information and to register.
Join us for a grassroots lobbying day to educate legislators about GMOs and other issues facing our local farms and food supply! Stay tuned for details, to be posted at www.FarmAndRanchFreedom.org