[nafex] More on Stark
tolenio at sentex.net
Fri Jul 6 09:36:14 EDT 2001
Lon is right, but there is something we can do about that...
We are fruit explorers and tinker's right? We can do
something unique if we put our collective abilities and
resources together to do something "special".
You get 2,300 people working on something as a team, and you
will get results.
We just have to decide what that something "special" is
going to be.
"Lon J. Rombough" wrote:
> Believe me, I've tried, but most magazines won't take an
> article strictly about NAFEX. Best I've been able to do
> is slip reference to NAFEX into articles I sell on growing
> fruit. (I do THAT quite often). The single word reason is
> "Editors". If they don't want it, it doesn't get printed,
> no matter how good you think it is. An organization of
> fruit lovers isn't "news" enough by itself - you have to
> be able to tie it to something special.
> I will say that anyone on any relevant e-list can put
> in a plug for NAFEX - just remember http://www.nafex.org
> Grapes, writing, consulting, more, plus word on my grape
> book at http://www.bunchgrapes.com
> From: Ed & Pat Fackler <rocmdw at aye.net>
> To: nafex at yahoogroups.com
> Subject: Re: [nafex] More on Stark
> Date: Fri, Jul 6, 2001, 4:59 AM
> Some 4-6 years ago, I tried for a couple of
> years to get Lee Reich, Lon
> Rombough, and a local
> garden writter, Maggie Oster to write a rah-rah
> story on the shear educational
> benefits of NAFEX
> for a pub. like Readers Digest, Midwest Living,
> Southern Living, etc., etc., and
> of course, etc.
> All said it was a worthwhile project, but for
> reasons totally not clear to me,
> it never happened.
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Hardiness Zone 6a
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