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—- PART 1 —- Tune in to learn about how to create a sustainable garden at home, the importance of gardening education, and how these activities contribute to the health of Biscayne Bay. Featuring expert panelists: – Jennifer Possley, South Florida Conservation Program Manager at Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden | the importance of native plants & how you can acquire free ones through the Connect to Protect Program – Muriel Olivares, Co-Owner of Little River Cooperative | low-waste, chemical-free, urban gardening and Community Supported Agriculture -Jackie Roth, Project Coordinator at Lotus House Shelter | educating shelter guests about gardening & a tour of the their hydroponic farm -Rachel Silverstein, Executive Director of Miami Waterkeeper | how this all relates to the recent fish kill and how sustainable gardening & community involvement can help save Biscayne Bay Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsSustainable School Gardening Part 1Sustainable High Altitude Gardening Education Course (SAGE)Urban Gardening- Hydroponics, Kratky Method -Part 5Berlin isst grün – Urban Gardening im Trend | Hin & wegCLICK & GROW SMART GARDEN UNPACKING AND SETUP | urban and indoor gardening The Daily WondersSustainable High Altitude Gardening Education Course (SAGE)

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