Chapters are required to file a chapter report annually. It is due February 28, 2023
If we do not receive your report within the reporting period, we will assume you are no longer active and will remove you from the Local Chapter list. If you have any questions, please let us know.
You can use the online form here.
Or this printable file – Chapter Report 2022.
Now is a good time for your chapter to restock supplies. You may use this form to order materials for your chapter:
Chapter leader order form (PDF 79KB)
You can also submit your chapter report by email, mail or fax. Please use the printable version above and send it by email to email@example.com, fax (571) 777-8932 or mail WAPF 4200 Wisconsin Ave, NW #106-380 Washington DC 20016.
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Joy Stone says
Thanks for all you do at WAPF.
I am afraid I am not a very active Chapter leader. I think of myself as the local contact person for WAPF. A few people ring up and chat. They mostly already know where to find organic and local food – there is not a lot of choice in Bendigo. I always encourage a grow your own philosophy. and in Australia there is a fair bit of interest in this with an excellent weekly gardening program on TV, magazines and school kitchen gardens.
Raw milk is not (legally) obtainable. Luckily my family and I have our own house cows and the knowledge to keep them healthy.
Maureen Diaz says
Joe, we all do what we can and work with what we have available to us; thank you! Please don’t feel like it isn’t enough, but if you ever wish to hold a table at a fair or some such thing, we can help you with that if you let us know.
Margaret Stokes says
Chapter leader meeting on Thursday
Jillaine Williams says
Thank you from Southern Tasmania, Australia! I just tried to order some new materials however the link above is showing an error- thanks so much again, Jillaine
Raw milk in Australia is legally available – raw goats milk and some states have cows too.
James Cutcliffe says
Ive just asked for thoughts about the library’s each Chapter leader accumulates here in Australia, what happens when people leave this earth??? in my case Ive built a large library in the last 20 years and will be only 80 in 2022
can we, in each state of Australia, have some one, who maybe holds the library for say five years, then it moves on to the next younger excited and brilliant chapter leader.
love to have you thoughts