MOA is proud to announce the Roger Kropf Sustainable Fund
Roger Kropf, Vice-President of the Missouri Organic Association and owner of MicroLeverage LLC died on May 9, 2014, at the age of 48 years following a farm accident. Roger shared his warmth and knowledge with everyone he met and he is dearly missed by all.
The mission of MicroLeverage LLC, an affiliate of Midwest Bio-Systems Inc., is to “improve the health and environment of our fellow man, creating opportunities for family farms by restoring the knowledge and use of humus.” Through his company, Roger helped thousands of people to become successful organic and biological farmers.
In honor of his life and mission, MOA has established the Roger Kropf Sustainable Fund and your donation will help grow and sustain it. Each year, one recipient will be selected to receive a full scholarship from the fund to attend Midwest Bio-Systems’ compost workshop, “The Humus Advantage Workshop”, a two and a half day course valued at approximately $1000.00. Applicants will be judged on interest in biological compost production and financial need. The scholarship recipient will be selected by a panel consisting of members from the Mid-America Organic Association (formerly Missouri Organic Association), the Kropf family, and Midwest Bio-Systems and announced at the MOA Conference.
Thank you for supporting the Roger Kropf Sustainable Fund, your donation will continue a legacy of knowledge shared to improve our land and lives.
The Humus Advantage Workshop
Whether you’re a farmer or commercial composter, this two and a half day training course will give you the hands-on experience and in-depth knowledge you need to make Humus Compost, the highest quality compost on the market. If you’re a farmer, you will be amazed at how you increase your yields and decrease your fertilizer costs. If you’re a commercial composter, you will learn to make high value, highly marketable compost and you’ll learn how to do it cheaper and faster than your competitors.
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