2015 QWI Agriculture MOTTOS

• Robbing banks is more of a sure thing than farming.
• Earth and sky, woods and fields, teach some of us more than we can ever learn from books.
• Humor is the hole that lets the sawdust out of a stuffed shirt.
• The grass is always greener on the other side of the fence, but just as hard to mow
• Farmland is like children; it needs nourishment and care to survive and grow well.
• Corn and grain, all that falls rise again.
• A rainy day in May, makes a barn full of hay.
• The winds of March blow winter away, but the hopes of springs take roots to stay.
• One of the healthiest ways to gamble is with a spade and a packet of seeds.
• Life isn't about how to survive the storm; it's about learning to dance in the rain.
• A kindly act is a seed well sown.
• The only food that did not go up in price is food for thought.
• One generation plants a garden
• If you don't plant it, won't grow.
• Face the sun and you won't see the shadows.
• Conserve energy and save dollars.
• Friends are the most important ingredient in this recipe of life.
• How many local wineries have you visited! Which one has your favorite wine!
• Bring some canned food for CAB (Bedford Volunteer Centre) food bank for world food day.
• Many kinds of fruit are grown on the tree of life, but none so sweet as friendship.

• In summer, the song sings itself.

Roll Call

• Choose a flower and tell about it.
• Bring a recipe using vegetables.
• State a use of fossil fuels in our daily lives.
• Name a farmer's weather sign.
• Bring plants, bulbs, and a friend plus lunch.
• Name a root plant and how to cook it.
• You never miss the water until the well goes dry, your experience?
• Name a tree and tell whether it is soft or hard wood.
• Name a very old farm machine or tool.
• Bring items for silent auction.
• What bad habits do we have that is hurting our environment?
• Name ways women's work in the home has changed over the years.
• What is the most threatening storm you have experienced?
• What provokes you most when buying food
• If you had to compare yourself to a tree, which one would it be and why?
• Name your favorite comfort food.
Name a job, that women living on a farm no longer have to do?