Our Super Saturday was just that, “Super.” There were four different presentations on various building methods and materials that all provide superior energy conservation at a savings. Tiffany Daumueller introduced the OSR Women’s Group and Dr. Kyle Christensen finished the day with “Clues About Your Health, Through Your Eyes, Nails and Hair.” All in all, it was a Super Saturday.
The Academy, along with our partners sponsors several outreach programs, such as, Super Saturdays, Introductory Cottage Meetings, Specialty Workshops and online events to network likeminded individuals and families with essential resources that support self-reliance. This is all in preparation for families to transition from the city lifestyle of dependency to a debt free country culture of self-reliance, with like-minded neighbors.
As this work goes on the search for properties that will support communities of 250 families is under way. One 1,550-acre property has been identified north of Eagar, AZ and a price has been negotiated with the owner. Another 1,200-acre parcel in central Utah is under review with an offer in the works. Our intent is to start construction this year, which will mark the beginning of a thirty-six-month project helping families make the transition.
The OSR Correlation Council, made up of professionals with expertise in real-estate, construction, agriculture and health, has, for several months now, been coordinating the above activities. There is a great deal of excitement. Our numbers continue to grow. We invite you to join us in Operation Self-Reliance and get on the “Path.” For more information about the “Path” check out the links below.
Philip J. Gleason