Land Sailing, Health Foods Store, Pig Loans, and Other Profiles in Resourcefulness

This installment of the regular "Profiles" feature examined a Kansas company that made a vehicle for land sailing, a senior citizen who founded a non-profit health foods store in Arkansas, and a cooperative that literally made pig loans to farmers.



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Minnie Mae Davis started her non-profit Gaither Mountain Health Foods Store in Harrison, AK in 1961 when she was 63, and continued to run it 20 years later. 
DOUGLAS SEAN ALEXANDER
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The sail trike was one of the land sailing innovations from Randy Schlitter.
PHOTO: RANDY SCHLITTER











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