Urgent! Please donate to the Arizona Greens Today!
The Arizona Greens have less than 3 weeks to finish their ballot access drive and they need additional financial donations, so they can hire more petitioners! Nationwide, weâ€™re closing in on our fundraising goal for them, but we still need more donations!
So please donate TODAY, as time is of the essence! (Any amount would be fine!).
Please make checks payable to:
Green Ballot Access
P. O. Box 77312
Tucson, AZ 85703
To donate via credit card or PayPal, go to: http://www.azgp.org/donate.shtml and click on the “direct donation” link in the 2nd section of the page!
Thanks so much for helping out!
Here’s a great little story from the OU Daily about the Oklahoma Food Cooperative and how students can eat well and support local farmers and ranchers — and check out the graphic by Cody Mulcahy.
Thinking globally, shopping locally
[...] Waldrop said the co-op exists for three main reasons. He said the food tastes better because it is taken better care of once it is harvested locally; it is environmentally sustainable because it does not have to be shipped long distances; and its revenue supports rural areas and local farmers.
“People want to support rural areas because they are disappearing quickly,” Waldrop said.[...]
The latest issue of the US Green Party’s excellent newspaper, Green Pages is out and now available online.
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From Susie Shields of Oklahoma Sustainability Network:
Please call your state representative and ask him/her to vote no on HB
Dear Friends of Oklahoma’s Environment:
Oklahoma’s clean water protections are under attack at the State Capitol. The animal factory corporations responsible for polluting some of our most important rivers and streams are working hard to secure a legislative “pass” for their activities.
Support Medical Marijuana in Oklahoma!
Dear NORML Supporter:
NORML is pleased to announce that Senate Bill 875, an act to establish a legislative task force to study and make recommendations regarding the medical use of marijuana, has been introduced in the Oklahoma legislature and referred to the Senate Health and Human Resources Committee. (Read the full text of the bill: http://webserver1.lsb.state.ok.us/WebBillStatus/main.html.)