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E-Portfolio: Coms 102, assignment 1

What are 2-3 objectives you want to accomplish in the next ten weeks of public speaking class?   Goal 1:  Gain self- confidence. I know, I know.  I seem like such a self- confident person.  But I get butterflies when … Continue reading

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THINGS I COOKED THIS SUMMA!

A delicious snack. 1 slice focaccia bread or other rustic Italian Olive Oil Fresh garlic cloves, minced or whole Tomato slices Salt Basil In that order.    

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Ag Coms Blog Post 9: America

Did you ever notice how America kind of looks like a cow? The West Coast is the bodacious rump, the udder is Texas, the front legs are Florida and the head is New England! Okay, maybe you don’t see it, … Continue reading

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Ag Coms Blog Post 8: Blog Fail.

On Alexis Negranti’s Web site, she calls a derth of blogging a blog fail. I have failed this blog. Kind of. The truth is, I’ve been so entrapped with Ag Coms projects that I haven’t exactly had time to get … Continue reading

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Ag Coms Blog Post 7: Private Policy

In class on Wednesday I gave everyone an opportunity to hate me again, by mouthing off on what I thought of the farm subsidy program. For someone who knows a good deal about very little, I sure have a lot … Continue reading

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Ag Coms Blog Post 6: Negranti Dairy

Last Wednesday my groupmate Amy and I went to the Negranti Dairy in Templeton to film footage for our video project.  It was just what the doctor ordered. I’d had a terrible week.  I was struggling to meet the technology … Continue reading

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Ag Coms Blog Post 5: Growing Grounds

Today, I volunteered at wholesale nursery Growing Grounds.  Growing Grounds cultivates and sells Mediterranean climate flowers, trees, grasses, herbs, succulents, fruits and vegetables.  They have three main clients:  Landscapers, local nurseries and land conservancies. Growing Grounds is part of Transitions … Continue reading

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