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Re: ohio regional community garden conference

  • Subject: [cg] Re: ohio regional community garden conference
  • From: Layman Lee layman27@gmail.com
  • Date: Thu, 20 Oct 2005 13:07:45 -0400

for brochure: http://www.fpconservatory.org/growgreen/commgarden.html

> Growing to Green: Linking Community Gardens
> Saturday, November 19, 2005
> Growing to Green is Franklin Park Conservatory's community gardening
> program, which promotes and provides resources for community gardening
> and city beautification throughout central Ohio. Begun in March 2000,
> Growing to Green currently works with community groups that manage
> over 70 projects. While the majority are community gardens, others
> include school gardens, memorial gardens, and neighborhood
> beautification projects. Growing to Green manages two on-site
> gardensthe Franklin Park Demonstration Garden and the Franklin Park
> Conservatory Community Garden. While you are attending the conference,
> please take the time to learn about Growing to Green's
> great success. For more information about Growing to Green, visit
> www.fpconservatory.org
> Please also view attachment for brochure.
> LEARN how national professional gardening organizations are
> collaborating on new gardening initiatives.
> PARTICIPATE in panel discussions on hot topics such as nutrition,
> media relations, youth
> gardening and entrepreneurial activities.
> MEET other people interested in growing great gardens and making a
> difference in their neighborhoods.
> DISPLAY information about your program and organization, and learn about others.
> Franklin Park Conservatory
> c/o Jen Lindsey
> 1777 East Broad Street
> Columbus, Ohio 43203

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