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--GreenNet Event on Community Building around Urban Greening--

  • Subject: [cg] --GreenNet Event on Community Building around Urban Greening--
  • From: "Aaron Durnbaugh" adurnbaugh@cityofchicago.org
  • Date: Mon, 03 Oct 2005 08:39:33 -0500

Social Benefits, Lessons and Issues of Community Greening

GreenNet Chicago invites you to a gardening symposium on community
building featuring researchers and trainers from Northwestern University,
US Forest Service and Openlands Project.

Learn how greening improves the city we live in and how you can have more
community involvement in your next project. Network and meet professionals
concerned with community development and the social and financial values of
urban green space.

When: Saturday, October 22nd, 10 am--1 pm
Where: Wicker Park Fieldhouse, 1425 N. Damen Ave.

$5 Donation supports GreenNet's Mini-Grants Program.
Please pre-register by calling (312) 746-9575 or sending an e-mail to
adurnbaugh@cityofchicago.org 

GreenNet is a coalition of non-profit organizations and public agencies
committed to: sharing information and resources; to serving as a
clearinghouse for information about greening in Chicago; and to developing
joint efforts to improve the quality, amount, use, and wide geographic
distribution of sustainable, green open space in the City of Chicago.

GreenNet Chicago
300 N. Central Park Ave.
Chicago, IL 60624
(773) 251-7515
www.greennetchicago.org 
info@greennetchicago.org 


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