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Community Gardening — Growing Green in East Hampton

Do you have a green thumb or want to learn how to create a garden?

A community garden. Patch file photo: Barbara Heins.
A community garden. Patch file photo: Barbara Heins.

Learn about easy it is to go green and organize an organic gardening community at a community gardening seminar Wednesday night at the East Hampton Public Library.

Barbara Wagner, Executive Director of the Board of Directors of the Wind Hill Community Farm in Glastonbury, and Bill Deusing, farmer, author, and environmental activist served as Executive Director of the Northeast Organic Farming Association of Connecticut (CT NOFA) will lead the discussion.

Deusing has been with CT NOFA for 12 years and grows fruits and vegetables on the Old Solar Farm in Oxford.

We'll be chatting about organic community gardening as a means to promote local growing, healthy food choices, and environmental stewardship.

The discussion begins at 6:30 p.m., April 9 at the library, 105 Main St.

For more information, call 860-267-6621.

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