Carnegie Library-Urban Garden Expo

From the Carnegie Library:

Get thinking about your urban garden with our expert speakers and green organizations. Plus, give us your ideas for South Side's public urban gardens!

Chicks-In-The-Hood, 11:30AM - Noon
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette's "Urban Gardener" Doug Oster, 12:30PM - 1:30PM.

Visit:
Burgh Bees
Nine Mile Run
South Side Community Council
Esser Plaza Reimagined
Green N'at
Grow Pittsburgh

For more information call the Library or email [masked]

Event fee: Free

Light refreshments



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  • A former member
    A former member

    It was such a small space. We wanted to hear Doug Oster speak, but left bc we didn't want to stand through the urban chicken presentation. There wasn't much room to move around so we left. So sorry we missed hearing Doug.

    February 15

  • Elisa B.

    Whoops, in that last post, I thought I was writing to the Book Club meeting tomorrow in Bloomfield! Schwartz Living Market is happy to host the Pittsburgh Garden Experiment too! Join us tomorrow too and I'll be happy to share our plans for a Permaculture Production Farm on the rooftop of our amazing building at 1317 East Carson Street...

    February 14

  • Elisa B.

    Sorry I cannot attend. We'd be happy to host the Book Club one month. My suggestion is Charles Eisenstein's new book called The More Beautiful World We Know Is Possible. Stop by Schwartz Living Market tomorrow too! We are located at 1317 East Carson Street and have free parking behind the market for customers! Delicious food and soup and fresh juices including shots of wheatgrass juice! Go to http://1317eastcarson.blogspot....­ for upcoming events and LIKE Schwartz Living Market on Facebook.

    February 14

  • Greg W.

    Resident of Homewood. Community Gardens are assets to the neighborhood
    every community should be involved.

    February 10

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