The time is now.
Thanks for sticking with me on this, we have made great progress.
The Virginia Food Freedom Act, hb 1290 and the “Three Cow Exemption” ( raw milk bill) hb 1461 will be heard in the House of Delegates Agriculture Subcommittee on,
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2ND, 4:00 PM IN THE WEST CONFERENCE ROOM ON THE 7TH FLOOR OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY BUILDING.
Please call and /or write the members of the Agriculture Subcommittee today and Monday. Alert the media in your area of this meeting and bring them along.
The following subcommittee members need to be contacted to let them be reminded of your support on these two very important pieces of legislation. These delegates need to vote yes on this bill. Your encouragement will help. All of them are your representatives on Agriculture issues, it does not matter if you are not in their district. They represent you on matters of food and farming.
Thank you for all your help, you are making a difference!!
Please join us on Monday, February 2nd 4 p.m. at the General Assembly Building, 7th floor West Conference room. Show your support, Be heard!
Real change happens when everyday people like you and I take a stand for what we believe in.
Thank you for standing with me on this issue.
Bernadette Barber and her husband Gary own and operate Tall Trees Farm in the Northern Neck. They view themselves as stewards of God’s green earth and conduct their farm in that light. Following the design of creation their cattle graze in lush verdant pastures; their hogs roam freely in the woods; their chickens and turkeys chase bugs and aerate the soil. She picked up her love for farming from her father who beat leukemia with an organic garden.