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Join us for San Diego’s first Slow Food Youth Network roundtable discussion at the USD community garden on Thursday, April 2nd at 12pm. We’ll be taking a tour of the garden and learning how San Diego’s young adults can participate in the good food movement. Please RSVP to email@example.com.
Got gardening or carpentry experience? Volunteers needed for a gardening day at the Roosevelt Middle School in Hillcrest April 18th garden volunteer day. This will be a work day to make progress on projects around the student garden. Free Chipotle Burritos for volunteers. A list of projects that the garden club students are working on is below. For more information or to volunteer, contact Christina@
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The Spring Garden Festival at Cuyamaca College, in its 22nd year, is a family-friendly community celebration of spring and a greener future that attracts more than 3,000 visitors annually. The festival features fun programs, exhibitors and demonstrations that will help you become a better gardener and learn how to conserve our precious resources. The renowned Cuyamaca College Ornamental Horticulture department will be holding its biggest plant sale of the year.
The Roosevelt Middle School in Hillcrest student Garden Club is looking for volunteers to assist with cooking classes for the garden club students; 3rd Thursdays from February through May (2:00-4:30pm).
The Solana Center for Environmental Innovation is hosting free composting workshops on June 13th!
Solana Center touches more than 10,000 San Diego County residents each year through its environmental education and community outreach programs. We educate approximately 4,500 San Diego County students each year and provide more than 600 compost and worm bins annually. Each year we add capacity and infrastructure to divert 1.3 million pound of organic waste from landfills.
For 30 years, Solana Center has worked at the grass roots level to encourage the community to change the way they think about their environment. We promote the sustainable management of resources through education, and hope that people will begin to rethink the products they use and how we can reduce our impact on the planet.
Sign up for the homegrown honey contest at the fair. Homegrown honey signup sheet (opens a pdf).
Roberto Salas is one of the 10 artists to receive San Diego Foundation’s 2015 Creative Catalyst Grant. Salas is sponsored by and is partnering with Camarada, a non-profit chamber music ensemble, to heighten the awareness about the plight of the honeybees in our community. The first phase of this Creative Catalyst Project begins with this Plight of the Honeybee exhibit, which presents Salas’ studies and sketches of honeybees.
For more information on this project go to: http://
Saturday, June 13, 2015
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