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Garden Goddess Bike Tour

  • Subject: [cg] Garden Goddess Bike Tour
  • From: Adam36055@aol.com
  • Date: Wed, 9 Jul 2003 19:03:17 EDT


<< ----- Original Message ----- 
 From: "Jon Crow" <JonC@LaPlacaCohen.com>
 
 
 > Here's a great opportunity to visit some cool
 > Brooklyn gardens -- by bike!!!  Read on:
 > 
 > 
 > THE GARDEN GODDESS BIKE TOUR
 > Wednesday July 16
 > 
 > Starting point: Meet promptly at 6 pm at the
 > Brooklyn-side tower of the Brooklyn Bridge
 > 
 > Info and to rsvp: Please contact
 > Alice Brooke Wilson at (212) 788-8060
 > 
 > 1. Amazing Garden
 > 2. Summit Street
 > 3. Edie's garden, corner of Van Brunt and Richards St
 > 4. Garden of Union 
 > 5. Pacific Street Bear's Garden
 > 6. Warren St. Marks
 > 7. Prospect Heights Community Farm
 > 
 > Join Greenthumb's Alice Brooke Wilson and Bicycle Cherry
 > for a tour of venerable community gardening institutions
 > in Brownstone Brooklyn -- including the Red Hook gardens,
 > the Garden of Union, pacific Street Brooklyn Bear's and
 > the Prospect Heights Community Farm. At each stop, gifted
 > horticulturalists will discuss landscaping, specific plants,
 > and urban gardening tips--especially plants that attract
 > passersby into the garden. Community gardening is about
 > a lot more than gardening--it's about re-connecting urban
 > residents with the natural environment and each other.
 > 
 > We will conclude with a candlelight BBQ at the
 > Prospect Heights Community Farm at 8:00, so bring food
 > to grill and share. For other NYC bike tours go to
 > www.bikesummer.org.
 > 
 > 
  >>

--- Begin Message ---
  • Subject: CYBERGARDENS: Garden Goddess Bike Tour
  • From: "Toby J. Brandt" tjbrandt@treebranch.com
  • Date: Wed, 9 Jul 2003 15:28:46 -0400
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News from the CYBERGARDENS mailing list 
(cybergardens@treebranch.com)
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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Jon Crow" <JonC@LaPlacaCohen.com>


> Here's a great opportunity to visit some cool
> Brooklyn gardens -- by bike!!!  Read on:
> 
> 
> THE GARDEN GODDESS BIKE TOUR
> Wednesday July 16
> 
> Starting point: Meet promptly at 6 pm at the
> Brooklyn-side tower of the Brooklyn Bridge
> 
> Info and to rsvp: Please contact
> Alice Brooke Wilson at (212) 788-8060
> 
> 1. Amazing Garden
> 2. Summit Street
> 3. Edie's garden, corner of Van Brunt and Richards St
> 4. Garden of Union 
> 5. Pacific Street Bear's Garden
> 6. Warren St. Marks
> 7. Prospect Heights Community Farm
> 
> Join Greenthumb's Alice Brooke Wilson and Bicycle Cherry
> for a tour of venerable community gardening institutions
> in Brownstone Brooklyn -- including the Red Hook gardens,
> the Garden of Union, pacific Street Brooklyn Bear's and
> the Prospect Heights Community Farm. At each stop, gifted
> horticulturalists will discuss landscaping, specific plants,
> and urban gardening tips--especially plants that attract
> passersby into the garden. Community gardening is about
> a lot more than gardening--it's about re-connecting urban
> residents with the natural environment and each other.
> 
> We will conclude with a candlelight BBQ at the
> Prospect Heights Community Farm at 8:00, so bring food
> to grill and share. For other NYC bike tours go to
> www.bikesummer.org.
> 
> 

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