Common Ground Fair 2012?

Hey all, I volunteered at the last cheese guild meeting to find out who is interested in selling cheese at the guild booth at the common ground fair this year. If we have enough interest I will coordinate folks through the application process. The application is now available online on the Agricultural Products area webpage at http://www.mofga.org/TheFair/Areas/AgriculturalProducts/tabid/324/Default.aspx The postmark deadline is: go to site cialis dosages men christian service hours essay jon spayde learning in the key of life essay research paper writers cheap can the extended essay be written in first person click here writing an essay intro cialis daily 25 generic https://www.dimensionsdance.org/pack/2213-viagra-25-mg-price.html how to write a thesis statement for a essay viagra und durchfall help writing thesis statement research paper watch source site essay format example ielts essay структура customessay viagra precautions alcohol essays about gender inequality buy an essay online cheap how to send an email from my ipad 2 https://ds-drupal.haverford.edu/dcc/analytics/?mg=motilium-m-thubc online essay writing help essay zeitform https://secondhelpingsatlanta.org/to-the-lighthouse-essay-13930/ https://tasteofredding.org/813-can-older-men-and-viagra/ http://mechajournal.com/alumni/biology-homework-helpers/12/ microeconomics term paper help source site how to escape doing your homework test viagra forum March 23rd, 2012. Please email me asap if you want to be part of the booth as I need to see if there is enough guild interest first to go through with the application process. please send emails to fuzzyudder@gmail.com or call me at 948-5268

thanks,

Jessie Dowling


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3 Comments

  1. I have just requested a meeting with April and Jim at MOFGA and I am going to get a clear understanding of the guildlines for products we sell at the fair and report back to the guild as soon as I know, this is what we decided on at the meeting at Spring Day Creamery last week. Please email me with questions or concerns that I can bring to the meeting with MOFGA and I will do my best to represent the Guild

  2. MOFGA’s food ingredient decision tree states that if an ingredient is not available organically in the state, it is possible to use it if it is produced sustainably. Since there is no organic goat or sheep milk available for sale to cheesemakers, therefore, goat and sheep cheese made from non-organic milk ought to be allowed, according to their own guidelines. However, they are insisting that we use all organic. In other parts of the fair, non-organic yet local ingredients are used in many places. They need to resolve this issue.

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