It’s that time again! If you’re new to OA, we take time once a week to thank our fans for all the posts, comments, and tweets they leave us every week. We are proud and grateful to have such a passionate and active organic community. With your help, we surpassed 34,000 likes on Facebook this week!! Thank you all :) Have a wonderful weekend!
If you have any thoughts or ideas about how we can improve, please share.
Here are some of our favorite social network highlights from the week:
@ReluctantCrnvor: #YUM #recipe #artichoke #cheese “@OrganicAuthorit: Farro Salad Recipe dlvr.it/1rMncL”
@LocalRootsFood: @OrganicAuthorit Yep! Totally off the grid myself and lovin it! Feels good using natural resources!!
@foundhealth: RT @OrganicAuthorit: How To Be Awesome – Awesome Things Make You More Awesome su.pr/1X1zD4
@estellehayes: Great breakdown of healthy fats. RT: @OrganicAuthorit Don’t Fat-Shame These Healthy Fats! su.pr/1pBGFq
@YouSocializeMe: @OrganicAuthorit Laura, thank You for follow and the food idea We’ll have fun sharing tweets. Peace & Have an awesome day/ week.
Our Facebook Favs of the Week:
- Foodsmiths Foodie The landscape of the industry is changing every day. It means as consumers we must be diligent and educate ourselves about what we eat. Keep looking locally and within your province/state. You will be surprised how much amazing natural and organic food is out there that the “big boys” don’t own. The more small and local producers you support the stronger they will be.
- Carol Richmond Health Coaching One day at a time we get closer or further…. thanks for posting this.
- Stewart Holmes This is a dreadful insight into the way modern agriculture has been directed. I hope there is sufficient people around that have held on to the true skills of food production. We could then begin to rebuild or communities. Together with a more sustainable future.
- Ginnee Hancock We live off-grid, way off-grid in the rural mountains of Costa Rica. Yes it can be done, it is an adventure that is never boring.
- BumbleBar In my early twenties, I lived off the grid in the Coastal Mountain Range in Oregon. It was beautiful. It was also incredibly hard work.