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Conference schedule & times posted

  • Subject: [cg] Conference schedule & times posted
  • From: Laura Berman <laura@foodshare.net>
  • Date: Mon, 23 Aug 2004 09:37:58 -0400

Hi Folks,
The conference schedule has now been posted at
Or go to any of the conference pages and click on the "Workshop schedule"
link on the left side of any page.

This means that you can now see when each workshop will be held, as well as
the title, description and presenters.

Please note that descriptions of the 2 preconference workshops are also now
available from the same page as above: Garden Mosaics and Municipal Training
Day. Please encourage municipal, state and federal employees to consider
attending this training day. And educators to attend the Mosaics workshop.
Both are all day and require separate registration.

In the next day or so we will also have the "Conference at a Glance"
posted--that's so you can see the overall scheduling of the conference. Of
course, all of this info (except individual workshop times) is in the
conference brochure which you can download as a PDF (Link is on the left

Hope to see you soon,

Laura Berman
FoodShare Toronto
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Questions about the conference?
Email: tcgn@foodshare.net
Phone: 416-392-1668

October 1-3, 2004--Toronto:
"Gardens of Diversity: Growing Across Cultures"
The 25th Anniversary of the
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