Help USC go Wild for Food and Farmers!
March 10, 2013
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Are you a Skier or a Snowshoer?
This is a first for our ever-expanding R4B campaign! We’re looking for dedicated Newfoundland supporters to Ski or Snowshoe for Biodiversity to help farming families in Ethiopia.
Special thanks to USC Canada Board member, Troy Mitchell, and the members of the Clarenville Nordic Ski Club for organizing this fundraiser. This is an open event, all are welcomed. Just come to the Clarenville Nordic Ski Club, Lee Churchill Chalet, at 1:30pm on Sunday March 10. Refreshments provided, and maybe some live music!
For full details, contact Troy at 709-466-1365, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Where will Donations go?
All donations will go to support USC’s work with seed-saving farmers in remote regions of the East African country of Ethiopia.
EOSA works with women and men farmers to help ensure they have a diverse and healthy seed supply in order to grow nutrititous food for their families.
Why ”Go the Distance” for Biodiversity?
Biodiversity is all about food and farmers. It’s the earth’s life-support system, and nature’s brilliant insurance policy against disaster. If something fails, there’s a back-up plan: Biodiversity! Much is at stake for us all, and in a real sense, USC is helping farmers plant the Seeds of our very Survival.
Thanks for Making a Difference!
Thanks to your generous support, USC Canada is able to help Ethiopian farmers grow more food for their families, and to bring about lasting change in East Africa.