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Storing rain barrels

  • Subject: [cg] Storing rain barrels
  • From: "John Verin" jverin@pennhort.org
  • Date: Tue, 10 Sep 2002 11:35:39 -0400
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  • Thread-topic: Storing rain barrels

Gather all the barrels in all of the gardens in your town/city.
Take them to the mayor's house and cram them in every room.
This way, during the winter s/he will have a chance to really understand the importance of water for gardens, and preservation, too.

This coming from Philly where the City is starting to CHARGE gardeners for water from hydrants!! Free labor to keep the neglected lots beautiful, and they're supposed to pay???

BTW, where can I get one of those tools that extracts people's heads from the sand?

Paco John Verin
City Wide Coordinator - Philadelphia Green
The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society
100 North 20th Street, 5th floor
Philadelphia, PA  19103-1495
Phone: 215-988-8885; Fax 215-988-8810
http://www.pennsylvaniahorticulturalsociety.org 

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