Mizz Tizzy’s Weeds And Seeds

Conference Program 2015 Women and Girls in Georgia Conference on Sustainability October 9-10, 2015 Athens, Georgia Friday, October 9, 2015 6:00pm – 6:30pm Doors Open Miller Learning Center, UGA 6:30pm – 7:30pm OPENING NIGHT KEYNOTE Miller Learning Center, UGA Mizz Tizzy's Weeds and Seeds Company Name: Mizz Tizzy’s Weeds and Seeds Location: Winder, Georgia Sell internationally through Etsy.com. A Brief Company History: Mizz Tizzy’sJoanne Roth was born in St. Louis, Mo., but has lived all over the world since then. She started out in advertising and is an illustrator, was art director and owned Mizz Tizzy's Weeds and Seeds, LLC. Отметки "Нравится": 1 263. Organic, non-GMO, heirloom and historic seeds that are chosen to improve your health,…

2015 – Sustainability

Re-Conceptualizing Land-Body Connections: Narrative-Centered Intersections Linking Trauma, Community Disinvestment, and Sexual Health Among Women of Color in High Impact HIV Regions
Damaris Henderson and Melanie Medalle, SisterLove, Inc.

Environmental Racism, Women, and Justice
Dr. Alpana Banerjee

Climate Justice: From Athens, Georgia to the International Stage
Chris Cuomo, University of Georgia; April Ingle, April Ingle Consulting; and the Georgia Climate Change Coalition

Session Chair: Chris Cuomo, University of Georgia

Session A2. Finding Local Food, in Athens and Beyond

Part one is a panel discussion featuring:

Part two will include presentations by:

Native Athens: Connecting the Community to Locally Grown Food
Regan Jolley, University of Georgia

Forage Athens
Claudia Gaither, Cedar Shoals High School (12th Grade)

Session Chair: Cecilia Herles, University of Georgia

Workshop A3. Connect to Protect: Conserving Native Pollinators by The Georgia State Botanical Garden

Our once continuous stretches of natural habitat are being increasingly fragmented for a variety of reasons such as development and invasive non-native plants. This has a serious effect on native pollinator populations. Bees, especially native bees, are responsible for most of our fruit production and there is a very real danger that in losing our native pollinators through habitat loss we lose a major source of food and the livelihoods of farmers. So, can we help? Yes. Learn how to conserve these pollinator habitats. In this session we will build a native garden and a mason bee home that can easily be added to your home landscape to support Georgia’s insect and bird populations. Limited to 20 participants.

Session Chair: Beth Tobin, University of Georgia

10am – 11am
Morning Concurrent Sessions (B)

Session B1. Greening our Campuses

Smart Women Save Energy: Confronting Climate Change at a Woman’s College
Alena Ja and Elizabeth Rowe, Agnes Scott College, and Ashley Fournier, Southeast Energy Efficiancy Alliance

Rethinking Recycling: Using Ethnography to Improve On-Campus Recycling at Georgia Gwinnett College
Marie Johnson, Veronica Johnson, Kelly Jones, Sara Kilgore, Amber Pinkerman, Cara Rahm, Rebecca Skidmore, Tory Wengert (students), and Jenna Andrews-Swann (faculty), Georgia Gwinnett College

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Interdisciplinary Approaches to Sustainability
Shreya Ganeshan and Kirstie Hostetter, University of Georgia

Session Chair: Tyra Byers, University of Georgia Office of Sustainability

Session B2. West Broad Street Garden: Cultivating Land and Community

West Broad Street Garden: Cultivating Land and Community
Christina Hylton, Athens Land Trust and the University of Georgia

Session Chair: Beth Tobin, University of Georgia

Workshop B3. Women. Power. Peace. presented by Georgia WAND

–Georgia Women’s Action for New Directions (WAND) is an independent grassroots, woman-led organization that seeks to direct women’s voices into a powerful movement for social change. WAND empowers women to act politically to reduce violence and militarism, and redirect excessive military resources toward unmet human and environmental needs. Georgia WAND monitors activities and policy decisions that affect the Savannah River Site (SRS) and nuclear power plants. We translate technical information about nuclear weapons and waste, its effects on national security, and its environmental impacts into terms that are meaningful to our members and to the communities near nuclear facilities.

Facilitated by Bernice Johnson-Howard and Che Johnson-Long, Georgia WAND

Session Chair: Stephanie Shelton, University of Georgia

Session B4. eXXpedition Film Screening

–Screening of eXXpedition (run time: 40 min.), followed by a Q&A
Jenna Jambeck, University of Georgia

Session Chair: Kelly Happe, University of Georgia

11:15am-12:30pm
KEYNOTE (plenary)

Presented by:
Lauret Savoy, Professor of Environmental Studies, Mount Holyoke College

Title: Sustainability of the Heart: Restor(y)ing the Land and a Life

Welcome by: Cecilia Herles, University of Georgia

Introduction by: Dorinda Dallmeyer, University of Georgia

12:45-2:00pm

Lunch and Networking

2:15-3:30pm
ROUNDTABLE (plenary): Women’s Leadership in Georgia’s Environmental Movements: Current Work and Opportunities

Moderated by: Chris Cuomo, University of Georgia

3:45pm-4:45pm
Afternoon Concurrent Sessions (C)

Session C1. Food Insecurity/Securing Food Sustainably

Food Insecurity due to migration: A Case Study of Chinese female college students in Georgia
Qingru Xu, Xueyi Pan, Ruobing Han, Mengtian Chen, University of Georgia

Addressing Food Waste and Food Insecurity: Service-Learning and Sustainability through Campus Kitchen at UGA
Cecilia Herles and Brad Turner, University of Georgia

The Dairy Industry: Modes of Social and Ecological Oppression
Elizabeth Dennard, University of Georgia

Session Chair: Cecilia Herles, University of Georgia

Session C2. Direct Action, Radical Rhetoric, and Eco-Feminist Activism

Getting Naked for Justice – An Ecoactivist Tactic in Feminist Perspective
S.K. Keltner and Ashley McFarland, Kennesaw State University

“Fighting Fracking and Remembering Rachel Carson”: Sandra Steingraber and the Rhetoric of Women’s Anti-Toxics Activism
Mollie Murphy, University of Georgia

Muddy Waters: An Exploration of Sight in its Relation to Dillard’s Transcendentalism
Abby Stiles Thompson, University of Georgia

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Ecofeminist Literature: analyzing the comparison between mother and Mother Nature and how both sustain their environments
Alex Strollo, University of Georgia

Session Chair: Jamie Palmer, University of Georgia

Session C3. STEM for Sustainability: Making an Impact

Making a Space for Women and Girls in STEM
Savannah Crawford, Armstrong State University

Session Chair: Juhi Varshney, University of Georgia

Workshop C4. Sustaining Health: The Vital Foundation for Women and Girls

Women and the Girls: The Balancing Act: Mission Accomplished?

Participants will learn practical tools on how to deal with stress and the balancing act as it relates to being healthy and safe. The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health’s Total Worker Health Program focues on the integration of safety and health with policies, programs and practices that promote health and prevent disease to advance worker safety, health and well-being. Both girls and women face everyday challenges that impact their health and well-being. We will discuss how individuals, families, communities, and others work to help women and girls learn how to achieve longer, healthier, and safer lives.

Session Chair: Stephanie Shelton, University of Georgia

4:45pm-
Breakouts for students and Networking for all

Light refreshments will be served

THANK YOU to our co-sponsors:

The WAGG Conference is made possible through the Women & Girls in Georgia Fund.

Mizz Tizzy’s Weeds and Seeds

A Brief Company History: Mizz Tizzy’s Joanne Roth was born in St. Louis, Mo., but has lived all over the world since then. She started out in advertising and is an illustrator, was art director and owned her own ad agency, with a love of botany. Plants are more peaceful.

Joanne practices permaculture (forest gardening) techniques, which have revolutionized her garden’s growing habits, its health and its ability to manage the moisture it uses. Her discovery of this new technique of gardening (actually ancient and now renewed again) started with the observation and study in the different states and countries where she lived. It is such a rewarding technique to use permaculture techniques, because the improvements are quick to see and lasting. The rapid growth rates, and improved production are amazing.

Joanne would first like to tell you that all of the seeds that she sells are grown without the use of chemical fertilizers, pesticides or herbicides, and therefore, are grown organically, and most are either heirloom and/or historic varieties. She makes her own pesticides and fungicides from the plants that she grows, and teaches customers how to do the same by including pamphlets with each order.

She also does not use any GE (genetically engineered) or GMO (genetically modified organisms) seeds as the seeds would not be true to their parent, possibly harmful to your health and/or other garden sites or farm fields of crops. Joanne questions their safety, viability, and the ethics behind the process, and feels that if they would release info about their process, it would help with the understanding. Mizz Tizzy’s Weeds and Seeds’ seeds are openly pollinated.

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Company Specialties: Joanne teaches permaculture, and believes highly in education for better food production and success, preservation of the land and its soils, healthier foods grown on those lands, and the growing of plants that will be sustainable and successful in a variety of climates. Every successful gardener she teaches is a win for Mizz Tizzy’s Weeds and Seeds.

Other Fun Facts about Mizz Tizzy’s Weeds and Seeds: Mizz Tizzy’s Weeds and Seeds was named after Joanne’s Golden Retriever, who was renamed Mizz Tizzy. Mizz Tizzy is a rescued ‘puppy mill dog’ and was badly treated and afraid of everything. So Joanne changed her name from “Spicy Bear,” which she would not answer to, to Mizz Tizzy, because she had, and still has “tizzy-fits” about most everything. But she is braver in the gardens, and helps there, too, so Joanne has honored her by naming the company after her.

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Organic, non-GMO, heirloom and historic seeds that are chosen to improve your health, nutrition, and gardens.The types of seeds we sell are vegetables, herbs, fruits, flower, NO cannabis.

Woman Owned – Urban Farm – Survivable Gardens – Improving your gardens ability to be successful, promotes higher rates of production, and less disease and insect damage, despite all of the changes in the climate, and other difficult conditions. Learning to make your own pesticides, herbicides, fungicides, and fertilizers, and growing the plants to create these aids, promotes better health for your gardens and most especially for you.

Our seed varieties are chosen for what they offer in their abilities to aid in your garden’s environments, their ability to fight off disease, to deter harmful pests, and attract beneficial insects, to improve each plant’s growth rate, create healthier soils, and to increase production due to what is planted amongst your garden beds. It is an amazing process to witness.