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In addition, you’ll start receiving our 70-page bimonthly e-mail newsletter called the “Sister Issue” packed with project ideas, news, and tips; you’ll be eligible for “Members Only” special product offers from Mary Janes Farm; and you can start earning Farmgirl Sisterhood Merit Badges right away (think Girl Scouts for grown-ups) and post photos and narratives of your projects on our website (braggin’ rights).In other words, you’ll be strutting your farmgirl skills for all the world to see!
These subjects are different from one culture to another, so small talk, which may once have come naturally, must now be intentional.
But did you know that you can get exclusive farmgirl privileges and specials when you join Mary Jane’s Farmgirl Sisterhood?
(“Sister” is an endearing term for adult women that Mary Jane grew up hearing every day.
Since Mary Jane has been “aproned” her entire life, it’s only fitting that our Henrietta hen put on an apron.
Mary Jane’s mother, a woman of many aprons, taught her that an apron is the universal symbol for a grown-up girl’s 4-H program (“home,” “hearth,” “handiwork,” and “hogs”).
It says that all things are to be done decently and in order, and that small things add up.
We call our hen “Henrietta.” She symbolizes the “can do” attitude of being a farmgirl. Farmgirls are multi-talented, resourceful, creative, strong, down-to-earth, and generous by nature.(More info on Merit Badges below.) Members are also the only ones permitted to mentor Farmerettes (farmgirls-in-training between the ages 14–18) and Young Cultivators (girls and boys between the ages 6–13) and work with them to earn badges.But if you’re not inclined to earn Merit Badges, there are plenty of other benefits to joining up.We enjoy creating things, whether it is in the kitchen, our studios, or the wood shop.We may not live in the country, but friendship, fun, community, and creativity bloom wherever we happen to be “planted.” In other words, farmgirls can do anything they set their minds to, sorta’ like the Little Red Hen in the famous children’s story.Includes the best of Busy Teacher: all 80 of our PDF e-books.