Yard signs with the message to “SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL FARMERS” have popped up along country roads and city byways. How can we best do this, and what does this message mean to you? Do you have a relationship with a farmer you can ask what the message means to them? Do you know what they want us to do? Can we find ways to learn from and actively support their contributions in our locality?
On Sunday, August 2nd, Linda Thompson will lead us in thought as we consider how we may best be able to identify local products and gain access to them. We’ll listen to music, read a story of farming life and perhaps actually hear from local farmers who can suggest ways we can “Support your Local Farmer.”
The Blue Hills Unitarian-Universalist Fellowship gathers at 10 a.m. on Sunday morning, once again in cyber space through the magic of ZOOM. The Zoom link will be sent to BHUU members, although all interested are invited to participate. Visitors may contact Ken Hood > Ken@bluehillsuu.org for the link needed to join in the Zoom service.