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Upcoming Events and Some Really Cool Resources

From: Lisa G.
Sent on: Sunday, July 12, 2009 8:59 PM
Hi Everyone. I just wanted to give you a heads up on some upcoming events, clarify a few things, and share some resources.

First of all, I want to clarify that the skillshare on Sunday from 4-5pm will lead directly into the potluck, even though they?re listed as separate events.

Second, regarding the recipe swap, feel free to bring a recipe that?s different from the dish you bring. Just try to keep it seasonal?bring a recipe that uses what?s in season right now.

And don?t forget to bring stuff for the free swap table!

Here is a list of our upcoming events. There will probably be some others added soon, including a two day Urban Permaculture Workshop in the fall (!)

Tuesday, July 21st, 6:45pm
Urban Gardens Tour in Cambridgeport, Sponsored by GreenPort

Monday, July 27th, 7:00pm
Herbal Medicine Making Workshop with Mischa Schuler

Saturday, August 1st, 9:00am
"Tour de Farms"--a bike tour of local farms

Saturday, August 15th, 2:00pm
Seed Saving Workshop at the Growing Center

Saturday, August 22nd, 2:00pm
Edible Weed Walk at the Growing Center

Sunday, September 20th, 1:00pm
Medicinal Plant Walk with the Boston School of Herbal Studies

Sunday, September 26th, 1:00pm
Lacto-fermentation Workshop with Jill Ebbott
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And here are some great resources:

-This month?s Make Magazine focuses on ?Remaking America? and is filled with fantastic articles related to sustainable, urban, d.i.y. living. You can get a glimpse on the website, but you need to pick it up in hard copy to read it. The MIT bookstore in Kendall Square sells it (a long with probably a bunch of other bookstores in the area).

-A recent NY Times article on urban homesteading.

Two great websites on Urban Homesteading:

Have a great weekend everyone! And I hope to see lots of you on Sunday at the Skillshare/Potluck/Recipe Swap/Stuff Swap!


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