Hi, saneteers, I've been boosting agriculture through arts, especially
music. I'm planning to be at the Pennsylvania Association for Sustainable
Agriculture (PASA) meeting in State College, PA this Friday and Saturday,
Feb 4 and 5. I'll bring along a display of materials for CSARE (Consortium
for Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education). As on other
occasions, I will also carry my folk harp, and will concertize
opportunistically in halls, malls and streets.
If you are a musician, especially one who has at some period of your life
earned a portion of your livelihood by music; and ESPECIALLY especially if
you are also an agricultural producer and/or involved in a farm market,
then I would like to get to know you. Please drop me a line, tell me your
story, briefly or at length.
The kernel of an idea, maybe it is obvious: there a connection
("community") between the practice (and "marketing") of live local music
and live local agriculture. "Industrial music" like industrial agriculture
has been putting the screws to the small producers. But the worm is
turning!! Check our web site: www.harpingforharmony.org.
harper for harmony
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