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[cg] rooftop gardening seminar in Boston

>Date: Mon, 19 Apr 1999 17:32:25 -0400
>From: Marla Rhodes <mrhodes1@emerald.tufts.edu>
>Subject: rooftop gardening seminar in Boston
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>To: NE community food systems <nefood-l@listproc.tufts.edu>
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>I'm forwarding this from  AMCrhfarm@aol.com, so please reply to that email
>address directly, or to the telephone number listed at end of message. --
>Rooftop/Container Gardening Seminar
>presented by Job Ebenezer, Director for Environmental Stewardship and Hunger
>Education for the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
>Thursday, April 29 at
>Re-Vision House Urban Farm
>38 Fabyan Street   Dorchester, MA 02124
>Is there a spot on your roof, along your driveway, on your porch or in your
>backyard that you would like to put to a good use this summer? Container
>gardening is a safe and productive way to grow fresh, delicious vegetables.
>With questions of soil safety and lack of suitable space, container gardening
>can be an ingenious solution to the dilemmas of the urban gardener.
>2 to 5 pm Rooftop/Container Gardening Course
>Learn how to create your own low-cost rooftop or container garden.
>No fee for  the course, but you must register in advance.
>7pm Rooftop/Container Gardening Slide Show
>See how other people around the country and around the world are rooftop
>gardening. Discuss how we can promote this Green Revolution in Boston.
>Directions to Re-Vision House
>BY PUBLIC TRANSPORT: Take the orange line to Ruggles Station. Transfer to the
>#28 bus, get off along Blue Hill Ave., one stop past Franklin Fields.  Fabyan
>Street will be in front of you on the right.  Walk up Fabyan, Re-Vision House
>will be on your left across from the greenhouse.
>BY CAR: Take Jamaica Way to Route 203, passing the Arnold Arboretum and the
>Nature Center. Take a left onto Harvard Street, a right onto Blue Hill Ave.,
>and a left onto Fabyan. Re-Vision House will be on the right, across from the
>To register for the Rooftop/Container Gardening Course, please call Amanda
>Cather or Gretchen Oat at Re-Vision House at (617) 825-8642.
>** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** **
>Marla Rhodes
>Northeast Food System Partnership
>Information and Outreach Coordinator
>Interested in sharing ideas and information about community food security
>and sustainable food systems in the Northeast? Sign up to the email group
>nefood-l.  Send the message SUBSCRIBE NEFOOD-L YOUR NAME to the following
>address:  listproc@listproc.tufts.edu  Leave the subject line blank.

libby@igc.apc.org       Libby J. Goldstein       phone & fax: 215-465-8878
            Philadelphia      USDA zone 7A       Sunset zone 32

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