Making Brooklyn Bloom – be a part of it March 8th!

Calling all school gardeners! In honor of 100 years of Brooklyn Botanic Garden’s groundbreaking Children’s Garden, this year’s making Brooklyn Bloom conference will celebrate the ways that gardens provide common ground for bringing generations together. Lots here for folks gardening with youth.

Hope to see you there!

Nina

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Welcome spring (at last)!

Making Brooklyn Bloom
Saturday, March 8
10 am – 4 pm
Brooklyn Botanic Garden
FREE!

Registration for workshops and keynote begins at 10 am DAY-OF
– NO advance registration required.

Enjoy a day of urban gardening with:

Workshops
– Films
– Lectures
– Demonstrations
– Tours
– Exhibits
– Raffle & Giveaways
– Wilbur A. Levin Keynote Address by Karen Washington, urban farmer and food justice activist: “Closing the Generation Food Gap”

– Buy your limited-edition Greenest Block in Brooklyn 20th anniversary commemorative T-shirt – get one before they’re gone!

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Please forward this email to you neighbors!

Hope to see you there!

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Con Edison is a major sponsor of Making Brooklyn Bloom.
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