I earned my BS in biology from UCSD, but came to Cal Poly for the
opportunity to study at CRS. (http://www.csupomona.edu/~crs/) This isn't a
perfect world. I know that a few duds work at Cal Poly. The 1,477-acre
campus must have thoudsands of employees. Let me remind you, Los Angeles
is within the belly of the beast. I cannot apologize for them, but just
try to get each one kicked out and replaced with someone better. The world
is very much what we make of it. Until a few months ago, Cal Poly was
planning to turn all the farmland into a golf course. The students fought
it long and hard. Eventually, enough faculty were won over by the
opposition, and the project was abandoned. It only happened because we
took the initiative.
Due to student pressure on other fronts, the Center for Regenerative
Studies is under new management. The director is gone, replaced with an
interim director. The assistant director is gone and replaced. This farm
manager/land tech was the 3rd loafer. Now he's off to greener pastures.
We need someone like you, an experienced firebrand who knows how to supply
a year-round bioregional kitchen.
Paul Sommers is a new faculty. He really seems like the kind of guy who
can get the students thinking about their environmental impacts,
petrochemical free agriculture, and their role in our future. I met him at
the Food Security Conference at UCLA a couple years ago. Were you there?
Perhaps you would be a good farm manager/land tech. The position works
with the faculty and students to grow food for the kitchen, manage weeds,
maintain the infrastructure, ensure integration of systems, and in short -
run the farm. I would jump for the job, but I'm not available. I'm not
quite done with my degree.
I encourage you to apply.
>> For Info Write To: email@example.com
>> Cal Poly's Center for Regenerative Studies
>> http://www.intranet.csupomona.edu/~crs/ is seeking
>> qualified candidates for the position of Land
>> Technician. Candidates should have practical hands-on
>> skills in operating a food system based on
>> regenerative practices. CV's may be send to the Office
>> of the Director (909) 869-5188.
>> Paul Sommers
>> Outreach Coordinator
>> Paul Sommers
Bargyla Rateaver <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>I got completey fed up with Cal Poly when I got such ugly treatment from
>They did buy some of the books I reprinted, but when I asked about
>course there, long ago when I was driving weekly to classes all over
>California, they turned me down in such an ugly way. They said they were
>such a course given by so and so--someone no one ever heard of, and of course
>that course did not have a text (mine being the only one anywhere) and it
> A few years ago some new person there ordered the Primer from me, but
>said I had been shocked long ago by the way I was treated, he took offence
>said, cancel the order.
>I never thought Cal Poly at either Pomona or Cal Poly was very good. I also
>checked their library. I always figured UC was much preferable.
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