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Knowledge Workers for Milwaukee Renaissance, Small School, and Urban Farming Movements

Dear Bob,

Would you like a place to record your thoughts for the generations and perhaps write an essay that might eventually, God willing, be published in hard copy on the hypothesized “Milwaukee Renaissance.”

http://www.milwaukeerenaissance.com/Main/HomePage

Also, would you like to be an on-line resource for teachers from the emerging Small School Movement.

http://www.Talcnewvision.org

Finally, would you consider becoming a “nanosecond partner” in the Urban Farming Movement, with ambition to find organic indoor farms for crops and fish in every public school in Milwaukee, and Milwaukee famous for its increasing self-sufficiency and healthy, home-grown food. Growing Power tour led by Will Allen this November 14th and December 5th. More at

http://milwaukeerenaissance.com/Main/FarmerWillSays.

What say?

Why not?

Clear sailing,

Godsil

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