This holiday season Seedy Nutty has been out and at various venues representing Crossroads Community Food Network’s Microenterprise Training Program. All Seedy Nutty sales were noted to the Alternative Gift Fair, an effort organized by Alternative Gifts of Greater Washington and the Takoma Park Presbyterian Church. Seedy Nutty followed the Alternative Gift Fair to the Takoma Park Farmers Market. “I want to take Seedy Nutty back with me to Scotland,” woman named Dot told me after sampling the product. Dot, if you’re still around, drop me a note at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’d love you to help get Seedy Nutty over the pond.
Seedy Nutty on a family trip to Israel in 2011. It wasn't until she wrote an article about the Crossroads Community Farmers Market, that she realized that she could make a go of the business and set up a stand in September 2015. You can meet Rosanne at the market most Wednesdays from May through November.
In her other life Rosanne is a freelance writer and was a long-time science and environmental reporter for Voice of America.
She is currently a fellow with GreenFaith, a coalition of faith communities worldwide that have come together to advocate for action on climate change.