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From: Regina <[address removed]>
Date: Fri, Aug 19, 2011 at 10:54 PM
Subject: [greenhome-86] SAT@10am: Learn how to set up the phytoremediation garden!! Free workshop @ The Farm (Harlem)
To: [address removed]
Hello Living Green and Growing Food members! I'm hosting an "unofficial" meetup this Saturday from 10am-2pm. Learn how to set up the phytoremediation garden - a practice that uses specific plants to clean toxins from the soil!
Join us at La Finca Del Sure this Saturday for a workshop on this exciting growing technique! The workshop will be facilitated by a Columbia University professor with lots of hands-on learning. This is a FREE workshop - no cost to attend. Clothes might get dirty so please plan accordingly.
Feel free to email me w/ any further questions.
See you tomorrow,
Regina aka Gina
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