Heroes’ Passage Development has been stalled, pretty much, along with the rest of America’s businesses. The gears of our nation and its’ principals are in clutch mode.
We still are hopeful and resilient to keep the life changing dream alive for this magnificent project for our vets in need of a change in life!
One of our highlighted market studies have been doing research and collaboration on the possibility of bee farming. An initial contact that we had was with Licking River Bees, which has over 70 members, most are veterans.
The directors were genuinely interested and are hoping that this alliance will help spread nationwide the importance of BEE FARMING for our agricultural needs. We had the pleasure of conferencing with Lori Bowling, county extension agent for horticulture at the University of Kentucky. We talked a great deal about the project and the Bee Farming Program. She was very helpful and agreed to help on our oversight committee! She wears allot of hats and she lives to work and share with other folks her knowledge and talents.
We had another hopeful conference on the project with a gentleman named John Berry. He is a decorated Army Vet that lead as a Battalion Commander during “Iraqi Freedom”.
He is a Nebraskan trial lawyer and is involved, nationwide, with his experienced Veteran Team, in fighting for our veteran’s constitutional rights. Especially, for the disabled vets.
He arranged the meeting with us and 4 other veteran nonprofits which was very informative.
I believe that John Berry, also, will be a tremendous help to the Project, Heroes’ Passage, once the proposal starts taking shape.
If anyone would like to help, in any way…you can! Please email me at [email protected]!