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nurturing locally-grown food; Allegheny County to expand community garden program

From: Jim M.
Sent on: Tuesday, August 30, 2011 7:11 AM
Fellow Hazelwood Urban Gardens board members: 
Let's look into this countywide program to get help with our mission to (among other things) increase food security among low-income residents. 
Also, let's look into the E. Liberty farmers market, every Saturday year round from 5am to noon.   Neighbor Donald says they have excellent quality and good priced local food.   They're next to Home Depot.  I've been wanting to go there for years, but traveling by bus is a whole different thing than by personally owned vehicle.
Jim [masked] 
P.s: Facebook post by Jim McCue: 
k the money system. Every dumpsta diva here 2 knows waste is our cult cha. 
Grow ya own an b a pro-suma (producer/consumer).
----- Forwarded Message -----
From Ted Cillo: 
Subject: Check out Allegheny County to expand community garden program 

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