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Bonding over brocc


I had meant to include info about this workshop in my original story on urban gardening that ran last week.

There is so much cool stuff happening around on the 'greens circuit' that i often wish i could grow my durga arms and recover the pre-abused brain of younger days to adequately drape myself over it all and bring it to you with a new-model textiled bamboo bow.

Since that obviously is not happening I'll stick with the bare facts:

Growing Communities: Leadership and Community Development

Gardens of St. Therese (Behind Little Flower Gift Shop)

N. Elmendorf & Kentucky Ave.


Price range: $35, depending on ability to pay; pre-registration required.

July 11-12

Can't make the deal this weekend, but want to link in with the various collective-like reclaimed patches of cherished loam?

Find your local green spot and tap in...

Green Spaces Alliance Community Garden Network

Coordinator Angela Hartsell



East Side Neighborhood Garden Club

1719 Center Street (east)

Carolyn Heath

(210) 212-2286

Roots of Change Garden

1416 E. Commerce (east)

Diana Lopez

(210) 266-2999

Jardin de la Esperanza

315 N. Calaveras (west)

Silbia Esparza

(210) 433-9851

Diabetes Education Garden

701 S. Zarzamora (west)

Ana Pacheco

(210) 358-7107

Beacon Hill Linear Park

near Capital & Gramercy (north)

Debbie Huerta

Rinconcito de Esperanza

820 S. Colorado (west)

Amanda Haas

(210) 228-0201

South Presa Community Garden

1619 S. Presa (south)

Skyler Saucedo

Gardens of St. Therese

906 W. Kentucky Ave (west)

July Moreno de Lopez


Denver Heights Community Garden

300 Porter Ave (east)

Martin Gomez

(210) 533-5242

Landa Community Garden

233 Bushnell (north)

Brian Callahan

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