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Go to FREE workshops at Brooklyn Botanic Garden's annual "Making Brooklyn Bloom"

No preregistration or tickets needed. See details at

Karen Washington, renown NYC Urban farmer and food justice activist, will give the keynote speech at 1:30PM "Closing the Generation Food Gap"

Attendees can choose (2 ) Workshops to attend from the following topics:

A Farmer's Yoga

Can We Get the Lead Out? Soil Contamination in Urban Gardens

Connecting the Plots: Crossing Generations in the Garden

Dive into Compost Bins

Educating the Senses: Edible Schoolyard NYC

Gray and Green: Cultivating Active Retirees

Grow Your Salad: The Edible Container

Heritage Eating: Foodways 1914–2014

Just Get Out There: Tools for Nature Walks and Talks

Kitchen Botany

Seed Starting with Youth

Tree Care for All Ages

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