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From: Sally (201.23.3.46)
Subject:         WFF Pioneer Criteria -- shouldn't conduct and ethical standards be included??
Date: August 27, 2014 at 7:28 pm PST

I was looking at the criteria to be a "pioneer" at the Woodstock Fruit Festival:

http://www.thewoodstockfruitfestival.com/page/pioneer-criteria-amendments

It only has to do with how much raw food and fruit you eat and promote, and
how long you've been doing it for.

It's quite telling that there are no requirements for people to be ethical, honest,
upstanding or qualified. By the WFF criteria, any crook or con man could be a
pioneer so long as he ate fruit.

Obviously it would have huge problems if they started to require their pioneers
to be ethical and professional.

The other thing which is very questionable is that Doug Graham is on the board
of directors for the WFF and is also being paid. This is a huge conflict of interest.
Having someone vote on paying themselves in a nonprofit organization, if that's
what it is. There may be some big ethical lapses in this festival management.

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