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Neighborhood & Community Green Space - Univ. of CaliforniaBerkeley Colloquium

  • Subject: [cg] Neighborhood & Community Green Space - Univ. of CaliforniaBerkeley Colloquium
  • From: Georgia Silvera gsilvera@berkeley.edu
  • Date: Wed, 30 Aug 2006 19:50:02 -0700

Bay Area gardeners and others who plan to be in the Bay Area this fall,

I am writing to let you know that the Fall Colloquium hosted by the Department of Landscape Architecture & Environmental Planning at the Univ. of California Berkeley will commence on September 6, 2006. I have attached the poster and the colloquium schedule can also be viewed online at http://new-laep.ced.berkeley.edu/departments--programs/laep/fall-2006-laep-colloquium.htm.

The first lecture is on Wednesday, September 6, from 1 - 2 p.m. The lecture, "Homegrown Tomatoes Are Great, Unless They Are Toxic," will be given by Christopher Harkness of the San Jose Redevelopment Agency. The lecture will be held in Wurster Hall, Room 315A.

Best regards,


Georgia Silvera
Ph.D Student
Landscape Architecture & Environmental Planning
University of California, Berkeley 94720
blogging @ http://www.localecology.org/localecologist

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