Monthly Archives: July 2011

Jackie Bonomo's Edible Landscape

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Groundswell Campaign in the News

Adam Smeltz on Braden Crooks & the Groundswell campaign –  at StateCollege.com.  

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Food Security Update, Doodle Poll & Survey Link – July 27, 2011

July 19 Fundraising/Building Team Meeting Notes Original report is here. We’re still working to schedule a meeting with Alan Sam at Borough Hall, to identify possible public plots for gardens – and we’re moving the nonprofit corporation process along too, … Continue reading

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Nic Esposito at Cafe Lemont – July 31, 2011

Author Nic Esposito will be at Cafe Lemont Sunday, July 31, 12:00 to 2:00 p.m. to discuss Seeds of Discent, his novel related to building a strong local food community. Seeds of Discent is a novel that I’ve been thinking about for … Continue reading

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New Leaf Initiative Community Gardening Meeting – Report from May 31, 2011

Meeting Notes by Rachel Mateti:   How do we develop a State College Community Gardening Network? Land Project Team Members Borough considerations Money and Materials Potential Funding Sources PSU Alumni Friends Grants Kickstart website What do gardens provide? Food Education Friends … Continue reading

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Transition Town State College Update – July 25

The last meetings of the Transition Town State College Steering Committee were on June 8 and July 7, reported below.  The next TTSC meeting will be at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, July 27 at the Borough building on South Allen. … Continue reading

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Resilience Roundup – July 22, 2011

Tait Farm News: July 23 – Tait Farm will be hosting a session on Freezer Jams on Saturday at 10 a.m. Please RSVP. Boalsburg Farmers Market News: July 26 – Chef Harrison will be doing a cooking demo at the Boalsburg Farmers Market Tuesday July 26. Groundswell Newsletter: July 23 – … Continue reading

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