So much to do!
• We are in the final weeks for those that want to become shareholders and receive a prepayment on their first 5-years of honey from the Earth’s Purest/GeoCure crowdfunding event
• House plans need to be reviewed
• Construction costs and scheduling need to be coordinated
• Hands-On-Workshops for this spring and summer are in progress
• Resumes & work experience for upcoming employment opportunities need to be submitted
• There are multiple volunteer opportunities with OSR & the Academy
Last year was all about getting ready. Securing property, testing water & soils, planting pilot crops, surveying, plat map creation, organizing and coordinating events introducing OSR and the Utah OSR Land Cooperative have been and continue to be the result of a coordinated effort to help families acquire their homestead.
Now, as we enter a new decade, OSR continues to attract partners in moving the projects forward. Partners such as the Utah OSR Equipment Group, the Village Drill, building contractors, engineers, IT professionals and many more, all contribute to the overall goal of preparing every needful thing.
So yes, there is much to do, yet we need to continue to share our message inviting others, family and friends to come and learn about OSR and the Path Series helping families prepare every needful thing. Helping people learn about the agricultural cooperative and the opportunities it affords families in becoming self-reliant is key to developing a community that is healthy, safe and family-friendly. In the days to come, when there is wholesome food on the table, a warm home and a safe place for our children to play, all of the work will have been worth the effort.
God speed my friends,
Philip J. Gleason