Another place for folks to pay attention: Sustainable development/Agenda 21 being brought to our front doors via DMEA.Those who have done their homework on sustainable development/Agenda 21 will know what to look for and will see that DMEA is riddled with sustainable development/Agenda 21 on its website.
They are also promoting grants through the Department of Agriculture. I know this because I was present at DMEA's symposium last fall. It was amazing those who jumped and lined up for "free" money (grants) not realizing nothing is free. The Department of Ag is the chair of Obama's Rural Council, targeting the 16% of rural America through his executive order 13575. Liberties are being diminished through regulations by accepting grants with strings attached. DMEA's keynote speaker at that symposium, Auden Schendler, author of "Getting Green Done," talked about nothing but sustainable development. Promoting United Nations' Agenda for the 21st century. Wake up Montrose and Delta counties.
Households have a very important opportunity coming in our mailboxes. Each household has a chance to vote for one of each of two positions on the DMEA board. Let our voices be heard by voting for Kay Heinschel, who took the time to come to a sustainable development awareness conference last September and educate himself on the very subject talked about above. He also mesmerizes an audience with his knowledge of power. He is interested in investigating all power options that can generate power economically. Another one that is informed is Olen Lund — he has done his homework! DMEA election ballots will be coming in the mail this week.Please vote for Kay Heinschel and Olen Lund.