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Moving to Portland, Oregon

Hello Everyone, My name is Rachel Agoglia and I have been working at Garden 
Resources of Washington (GROW) in DC as an Americorps member. GROW is 
involved in helping folks begin and maintain community gardens, as well as 
working with youth and adolescents learn about horticulture, devleop 
leadership skills, and get involved in the greening movement. My Americorps 
term will end on September 30th after which I am moving out to Portland, 
Oregon.  I am very interesting in remaining involved in urban 
agriculture/community food security issues.  Does anyone know of any 
relevant job opportunities/ good people to get in touch with in Portland??

If so, please email me: ragoglia@hotmail.com
I would be happy to talk about my experience in more detail!
Rachel Agoglia

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