All profits from Milton’s Own Maple Sugar products support efforts to keep Milton’s legacy alive — now and in the future
In keeping with our purpose to use Capitaf to perpetuate Milton Friedman’s legacy, we have already had very successful seminars and workshops with participants from major national colleges.
In 2015, 2016, and 2017, we met with the Economics 70 class from Dartmouth College for two-hour sessions discussing Friedman’s perspective on economic development. There are plans to continue these discussions on annual basis.
Our inaugural residential colloquium in August 2017 was an overwhelming success. Ten University of Arkansas students spent three days discussing Capitalism and Freedom. They had boundless praise for the experience. A PhD candidate, Jessica Darby, reflected their overall response when she wrote, “Of the many opportunities I have been afforded, I can easily say that Capitaf has been the best one yet. I am a better person and scholar because of the learnings you shared.”