what a provocative title for this article in the Blue Mountains Gazette this week. yes, the meeting last Thursday attracted a record number of members. it was a challenging experience yet i felt significant movement was made towards resolution. the discourse was highly emotive at times, yet thanks to Will's expert facilitation skills, a space was created in which members' voices could be heard. it may be some time before we see the light at the end of the zucchini. as of writing this, we are awaiting word on whether the incumbent directors will act on the motion that was carried at the meeting and call a second general meeting in 5 weeks time to vote in a new Board. mention is made in this article of the discussion paper that i prepared and that Di tabled at the meeting. earlier in the year, the Gazette published this article. It makes reference to an "“an unauthorised Save Our Co-op campaign.”
who am i? born in aotearoa, my heart place and spiritual home, now living in australia. i thrive on being in the bush and breathing fresh mountain air. love the outdoors, love to grow my own food, eat organic whole and natural raw vegan food and experience every moment of my life as blessed.