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Re: [nafex] NAFEX Spokesperson?
I had been speaking quite frequently in Hindi as well as in our local
dialect of Mandi from our State Radio Station, Shimla. This was in eighties
when I was working with the University of Horticulture & Forestry.
I would have loved to do it for NAFEX but alas I am located too far here in
Well if any other kind of help is needed, I shall be to glad to offer my
Dr. Chiranjit Parmar
Horticultural Consultant on Lesser Known Indian Fruits
----- Original Message -----
From: "Thomas Olenio" <email@example.com>
Sent: Sunday, July 08, 2001 7:35 PM
Subject: [nafex] NAFEX Spokesperson?
> Does NAFEX have a volunteer who speaks to radio gardening shows on behalf
> of NAFEX?
> I only ask, for if we do have a public speaker we could ask our local
> radio gardening shows to have NAFEX as a guest.
> There are hundreds of gardening radio shows out there and it would be a
> good NAFEX membership builder. All we would need to do is to write
> letters to the vaious local shows and see if they are interested, and
> putting them in contact with our spokesperson(s).
> Maybe even add copies of the raido interviews to the NAFEX library.
> This might serve a dual purpose for a gardening writer who is a NAFEX
> member. Even shared publicity, is still publicity. I imagine it would be
> fun fielding fruit questions for 15-30 minutes.
> Since most all of these invterviews are done via telephone, we could have
> more than one person in a spokesperson team, being interviewed singly as
> a team.
> Might be just right for the right people.
> So do we have a spokesperson to handle such tasks? If not are there
> interested people?
> Just a thought.
> Thomas Olenio
> Ontario, Hardiness Zone 6a
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