Bob Waldrop holds a certificate in permaculture design from Barking Frogs Permaculture in Florida, and has been a discussion leader in the organization’s online Permaculture Design Course since 2007.
Bob is one of the founders of the Oklahoma Food Cooperative, which was America’s first cooperative to only sell locally grown and made food and nonfood items. He served as the organization’s first president and general manager. He is the director of music and organist at the Church of the Epiphany of the Lord in Oklahoma City.
He is the founder of the Oscar Romero Catholic Worker House, which works in food security for low income households. He works as the director of music at the Catholic Church of the Epiphany of the Lord in Oklahoma City.
He is a member of the Oklahoma Food Policy
Council and the Oklahoma Food Safety Task Force.
He is a member of the Advisory Board of the Association for the Study of Peak Oil - USA.
In 2004, the Oklahoma Chapter of the Sierra Club honored him with its Earth Care Award for his work in founding the Oklahoma Food Cooperative. That same year the Oklahoma Sustainability Network gave him its Green Shield Award for his efforts to protect Oklahoma’s environment by organizing the Oklahoma Food Cooperative.
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