Feb 6th: Urban Gardening event at TCPL with free dinner provided
Chrys B. Gardener
cab69 at cornell.edu
Mon Jan 30 13:22:42 EST 2017
Urban Gardening - Learn how you can get involved!
Join the movement to grow food anywhere in Ithaca (even in raised beds over cement!)
GSCP Networking session:
Monday, Feb 6th from 5:30 - 8:30 pm
at the Tompkins Public Library (Borg Warner Rm)
Free Meal, Open to All
Starting with existing gardening initiatives, we plan to grow more food
for food pantries and for anyone who feels hungry -
ANYONE interested in city gardening (from novice - to expert) can be involved
The evening will include current Ithaca gardening initiatives, and address new projects!
Community gardens; School gardens; Backyard & curbside gardens; Permaculture parks; Raising chickens, and Food Policy
Breakout sessions following the presentations will give participants an opportunity to connect with existing urban food gardens and initiate new projects in the city and town of Ithaca.
Co-sponsored by Greenstar Community Food Projects, Cornell Cooperative Extension of Tompkins County and the Tompkins County Public Library.
Please register HERE<https://docs.google.com/a/greenstar.coop/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfiq0H-45S65nS1pAUVOVXRDQ0qnmiQJpyH2M9UbFq7mG6w2g/viewform>
so we know how much to cook!
Questions? Holly Payne holly at greenstar.coop<mailto:holly at greenstar.coop> or (607) 229-3540<tel:%28607%29%20229-3540>
Holly Payne, Coordinator
GreenStar Community Projects (GSCP)
Tel: (607) 229-3540<tel:(607)%20229-3540> https://greenstar.coop/gscp
GSCP's mission is to collaboratively build a local
food system that's fair for all & healthy for the earth.
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