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Rae Schnapp
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I am the Wabash Riverkeeper and Water Policy Director for the Hoosier Environmental Council. I have been working to build Indiana's environmental movement for almost 15 years now! I am especially interested in strengthening the voice for protection of Indiana's rivers! My husband and I have two lovely daughters. All this keeps us very busy but when we get some spare time we enjoy kayaking as well as raising chickens, gardening, hiking and sewing.
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At 11:17am on February 19, 2009, Marianne Peters said…
Hi Rae--I'm getting back with you again about the Blueberry Festival. We are starting to organize our green efforts finally--my contact person, who had lost his mother-in-law, actually passed away himself not long after. It was shocking and sad, but I think the Board is ready to get going again and think green. Could we chat on the phone sometime? How would I reach you? Or you could call me at 574-935-4047. Thank you!
At 8:26pm on January 29, 2009, Valerie Doud said…
Hi, Rae.
Can you make it to HASTI next Friday at 8:30 a.m.?
Val
At 2:52pm on January 26, 2009, ephraim smiley said…
We are the Garden Angels from Fort Wayne .We have a large scale garden and grow organic vegetables for the needy ie senior citizens and underprivileged women /children.I have practiced the organic gardening lifestyle since 1978.We use our garden for exercise.We build our garden equipment out of waste stream items....... like bicycles.E. Smiley The Jolly Green Giant
At 12:48pm on January 26, 2009, Martin Merkel said…
No and no.

Best,

Marty
At 1:30pm on January 25, 2009, Wes Stallsmith said…
Hi Rae,
I'm a sophomore Biology student at IU. I love going out for stuff like that but my friends don't really go out that much so we just stick to standard college practices.
At 8:38am on October 17, 2008, Marianne Peters said…
Hi Rae--thanks so much for writing me. You know, my family and I LOVE the Feast. But we missed it this year because--idiots!--we assumed it was in October and didn't check the website. In Plymouth, we've started a little festival along the Yellow River that celebrates pioneer/settler life in our town and it reminds me a little of your festival. Voyageurs walking around not wearing pants---I steer my daughters clear of them! ;-)

I'm excited to hear about your efforts. That's exactly what our goal is here: reduce the footprint as much as we can, realizing that Blueberry is still going to be a big mess! I think in the years to come, though, we can add some education to our efforts and at least keep making people aware.

I would love to talk to you more about this. Perhaps in the next few weeks we could make contact again. And I really appreciate your offer of the recycling bins--we may take you up on that! I still have yet to meet with the Blueberry committee to see what the details are--my contact person there just lost his mother-in-law, so he's a little busy with family matters.

I'm thrilled to be in touch, and I look forward to talking to you more!

Marianne
At 1:26pm on June 3, 2008, Ron James said…
I never drink water because of the disgusting things that fish do in it. -- W.C. Fields
At 11:09pm on February 27, 2008, Eric Stallsmith said…
let me know if you need help...give me a call if you need help. I am here to serve!
 
 
 

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