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'Think Spring' Gardening Workshop: Building Your Own Rain Barrel


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The Hawley Area Association in the Malone Neighborhood Presents:

'Think Spring' Gardening Workshop

When: Saturday, April, 3, 2010, 10:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m.

Where: Malone Community Center, 2032 U St, Lincoln, NE

Cost: FREE
Cake and Coffee will be served.

From Mowing to Growing: Starting a Garden at Home


Amy Brt, Community Gardens Program Manager, Community CROPS

Discover creative techniques to grow food in your yard including step-by-step instructions on starting a garden with little effort.

Building Your Own Rain Barrel

Amanda Meder, Environmental Health Educator,
City of Lincoln, NE

Learn to easily build and install a rain barrel

RAIN BARREL GIVE AWAY

Provided by Home Depot, Inc.

FREE fully assembled rain barrels will be provided to the first 50 Hawley/Malone Neighborhood homeowners that sign-in at the start of the 10:00 a.m. workshop.

For more information, contact: Tim Rinne at 402-730-6675 or walterinne@gmail.com

This workshop is supported and endorsed by Community CROPS, City of Lincoln Watershed Management Division, EcoStores Nebraska, Home Depot, Hawley Bed and Breakfast, Clyde Malone Community Center, NeighborWorks of Lincoln, Hawley Area Association in Malone Neighborhood, and the Nebraska Sierra Club.

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