Flora's Organics is the tiny one-woman organic seedling/plant/flower/veg/fruit nursery of VERY LOW INCOME kosak Mona Twocats-Romero, a Native American in the running at the WellsFargo Works Project small business $25,000 Contest. Please click on that link and then on the red rectangular button at the lower left side of her video at that page to vote for her organic business, help save bees and other natural pollinator species, and yeah, help save the planet.
This is a literal "Thing Global, Act Local chance for ALL OF US to make a difference:
Kosak mtwocats started Flora's Organics with the fall 2014 garden planting season, donating to community-garden-related non-profit organizations in Bakersfield a third of the plants she grew from seed to help them get a start, as well as selling to customers.Your browser may not let you back to her page if you go to look at other businesses entered, so here's her contest entry page again.
Flora's Organics is so small that delivery of purchases is only throughout the Kern County CA Bakersfield-and-environs area, but customers who can drive from further away can arrange a meet-up to pick up their purchases. Here's Flora's Organics website and a July 2014 diary on her start-up. Here's the Flora's Organics listing in the Kos Katalogue GARDENING AND SUPPLIES section and this is mtwocats at Daily Kos.
Two clicks is all it takes to give Flora's Organics YOUR VOTE ... a vote to make a big banking industry heavy hitter help a hardworking low-income Native American woman instead of just the upper 1% for a change. Please put your political convictions into your clicks - it's not a lot to ask and it can keep her struggling little business, her sole income, from going under, and instead raise her up and an earth-friendly earth-saving business too. How often does an opportunity like that come along? Not a lot. Please help by clicking here and then on the red rectangle below left (of course!) at her video at the contest page.