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PA Horticultural Society: Philadelphia’s Urban Agriculture Plan - Growing From The Root Public Meeting Dec. 3

The PA Horticultural Society is hosting a December 3 public meeting on Philadelphia’s Urban Agriculture Plan - Growing From The Root at the Parkway Central Library, 1901 Vine Street in Philadelphia from 5:30 to 8:00 p.m.

This plan will work to uplift Philadelphia's rich history of urban farming and gardening, and clearly define the resources, policies, processes, and programs necessary to sustain it for future generations.

Help us to shape the plan by attending our first public meeting.

The meeting is supported by PHS, the City of Philadelphia, the Philadelphia Food Policy Advisory Council and the William Penn Foundation.

Click Here to register and for more details.

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(Photo: Nice Roots Farm, Philadelphia, Penn State Extension.)


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[Posted: November 25, 2019]


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