Agenda 21 in Twain Harte?

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Posted by Annie in gardening, Opinion, Political, Twain Harte News on April 20, 2015

What’s going to happen to Twain Harte, my beloved little mountain town?  That depends on what you decide to do about it.

English: Field in or just outside of Twain Har...

Twain Harte, California

I know many of you think I’m crazy by now, but I’m going to tell it like it is. We have been undergoing a weather-modification experiment. Our government, the Air Force and the globalists have been intentionally causing this drought. Those neat lines in the sky are chemical payloads that have been raining down on us, made up of mostly aluminum and barium with a few other things mixed in for good measure.

It’s killing off parts of trees and plants. Look around the mountain and you’ll find plenty of evidence. Heck, when we got our “snow” storm a couple weeks ago I tried to melt the snow.  I brought a bucket inside, it took hours for it to melt (even though it was 70 degrees inside), when it was almost done you could see floating on top of the water some cotton looking substance that dissolved when disturbed.

Very strange indeed.  I even tried melting it with a lighter. It just got black and tried to burn. Not a drop of water squeezed out of that snow.

Why on earth would they be doing this?

Why Agenda 21 of course.

They want to make this area a “wildlife corridor” and not allow people up on the mountain anymore. If they make it so you can’t grow anything in California and there isn’t any water, we will be forced to leave.  The UN is already talking about relocating people from California to another state.  You can’t make this stuff up.

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Columbia: Mountain People Organics

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Posted by Annie in Opinion, Organic on October 4, 2014

Have you been to Mountain People Organics lately?  I don’t go all the time, but I probably go about four times a month.  In reality, it’s probably a good thing it’s not in Twain Harte or I’d spend all my spare time there.

Home made macaroni and cheese, with some dried...

Home made macaroni and cheese, with dried herbs!

Every week there is something different or new. They will have new vendors or new products.  This week they had Grass-fed Angus Ground Beef and the new cafe was a big hit.

Laura from 4 & 20 Blackbirds Bakery was in the cafe serving up dishes of two kinds of macaroni and cheese, salad in a jar, brownies, mini loaves of bread and much more. The booth stayed pretty busy through the lunch crowd and closed about 3:00 p.m.

Even though I don’t care for maple, that bread drenched in maple was really good.  The chefs are amazing, and each brings their own cooking style to the table.  You never know what you’ll end up with but two things are certain: It will be good and good for you.

I’m always amazed at the gluten-free choices these bakers come up with. The buying club even has large organic flour tortillas for $3.85! I couldn’t believe they were so cheap.  Compare the next time you visit the grocery store.  We’ve tried them and they’re fantastic. However, they are made without any preservatives so will mold pretty quickly. Buy and use them the same day.

Eye fillet of grass-fed beef.

Eye fillet of grass-fed beef.

Rawhide and Hurst Ranch have a booth with lots of grass-fed rib-eyes, bacon that is just the right thickness with non-gmo goodness, sausage that is mild and savory. My mouth is watering just thinking about it.

Join the buyers club.  It’s amazing how cheap I can get organic food for.  Yes, it takes a little getting used to ordering your groceries online but at least at home I can sit and listen to music instead of braving the crowds. Not everything is cheaper than conventionally grown, but it’s definitely worth the trip to come find out what’s here and at least pick up some raw milk. If I have to have milk from the store, I’ll buy the organic milk but my family prefers Organic Pastures Raw Milk. You’ve got to try it.

See all the MarketPlace Vendors. Open every Wednesday and Saturday ~  from Noon to 6 pm!

Located in Columbia, California at 10800 Airport Road, in the old National Guard Armory building next to the County Airport, now called “The Farmory.”

A quirky, new market filled up with local, organic farmers, artisans, food vendors and entrepreneurs; all with a focus on organic, sustainable, natural living.  A wonderful community gathering place. You will come to love it! Stop in at SaferPC and say hello.

This Wednesday in the Farmory Cafe we are having chicken paprikash with dinner rolls (my personal favorite), salad in a jar, hot dogs in tortillas, pasta, and meat buns.  Be sure to stop and check us out.  I’m working the booth tomorrow, be sure to stop and say hello.

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