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News from the Carolinas

  • Subject: [cg] News from the Carolinas
  • From: Don Boekelheide <dboekelheide@yahoo.com>
  • Date: Fri, 17 Sep 2004 05:43:45 -0700 (PDT)

Hi, all,

Good news from the Carolinas. The Robbins Park
Community Garden, which this listserv midwifed in the
summer of 2003, is featured this week on Organic
Gardening's website. Go to:


to see what we're up to (I test varieties for OG, and
set up the front couple of plots for variety trials,
including many heirloom tomatoes. Worked great, other
CGs might want to try this.)

And there will be an organic gardening class, focusing
on fall vegetables and cover cropping, this weekend in
Cornelius. Looks like it will be at the library in
town, because of the weather, but we'll still have a
good time. If you're anywhere near by, come on over -
it's free. Go to:


Here's the blurb off the site:

Saturday, September 18th
10:00 a.m. ? 11:30 a.m.
Cornelius Public Library 
[Weather permitting, the class will then move to the 
Robbins Park Community Garden for some hands-on
demonstrations, where the class will end at 11:30

If you are planning a fall garden, it?s time to get

Come have all your fall vegetable and ornamental
gardening questions answered by Community Garden
Coordinator and Organic Gardening magazine contributor
Don Boekelheide. Topics to be covered include crop
selection, seed starting, transplanting, and climate

To register, or for more information on gardening
classes or the Cornelius Community Garden, call the
Cornelius Parks and Recreation Department at 
704-892-6031, Ext. 167.

Registration will also be accepted on-site.

- Don Boekelheide
Charlotte, NC

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