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Feeding ThePoor

Feeding ThePoor

Edward L. Logsdon Jr.

Address: 1269 S. Jackson St. , Louisville, KY, 40203

Phone: 502-712-0622

Email: elljra1968@gmail.com

Website: http://ewuc2grow2011.webs.com/

"Ready, Dig, Plant"

Help us create "Food Forests" across the nation.

We are the world. We are the children. We are the ones who make a brighter day; so let’s start GIVING. There’s a choice we’re making; we’re saving our own lives! It’s true; we’ll make a better day, just you me.

We are a green volunteer urban agricultural charity (UACO) organization. We are in our infancy so we do not yet have "Recognized NPO Status" as founder is disabled and lives on a fixed income. Status costs money. Our mission is to first work with the city in conjunction with local law as it changes over the next year to plant and cultivate "Food Forests" of Fruit, nut trees with melon and berry patches to ensure that all our city's poor and homeless will have the healthy food they need at least during the time of harvest. This will help to dramatically decrease the need for the S.N.A.P. (Food Stamps)program during this season thereby saving a lot of money for the federal government as well as allowing the people to maintain their pride and dignity by asking for fewer hand outs. I say we give the people of this city a hand up for a change. Please join us in our effort to what's right for the people of Louisville. Please feel free to contact me anytime. Look us up on facebook and like us there.

Feeding ThePoor

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I must plea with you at this point to sign this petition. We need more than 800 signatures. I’m begging on behalf of poor and homeless Americans all over this country; PLEASE SIGN THIS PETITION. PEOPLE ARE SUFFERING, AND MANY ARE CHILDREN. THANK YOU. Edward.

For those of you who feel at first that, it is not the Presidents job to do what's best for the people of this nation, allow yourself a bit of history review. During the Great Depression we had a number of problems in this country similar to many we face now, not the least of these was the Dust Bowl. President Roosevelt figured out with some help that, a large part of the reason for these dust storms covering the entire nation was because of eroding soil due to improper crop planting practices, as well as a lack of trees in the most affected region. After President Roosevelt paid for the planting of millions of trees, there was already a significant difference seen in the level of erosion only a year later. Therefore I say YES, this is most certainly the Presidents job. If planting trees throughout the nation is going to work towards the good of the people, which it will, it is the president’s job to do it!

http://www.change.org/petitions/the-president-u-s-department-of-agriculture-and-the-people-of-the-u-s-grant-each-state-1-000-00-to-plant-food-forests-for-those-in-need

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