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350 Home and Garden Challenge 2011

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350 Home and Garden Challenge 2011

Time: May 14, 2011 at 6am to May 15, 2011 at 6pm
Location: Nationwide
Website or Map: http://wwwVictoryGardenFounda…
Phone: 800.971.3006
Event Type: home, and, gardening, actions
Organized By: Victory V Lee, Founder, Victory Garden Foundation
Latest Activity: May 1, 2011

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On a national level people are showing that they are the change they've been looking for. Yes, they are registering their garden, water, energy, and community projects to create a collective action on one single weekend - May 14-15.

 

Join in to support this homegrown movement and spread the word. Register your support and gardens today. All registered gardeners will receive BBBSeed.com heirloom vegetable seeds to start and succession plant your gardens. On average, we're sending 10 packets of seeds to each gardener - based on garden size.

Learn more:

www.Facebook.com/VictoryGardenFoundation

www.Twitter.com/VictoryGarden2U

www.VictoryGardenFoundation.blogspot.com

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Victory Garden Foundation is a Transition US national media sponsor spreading the challenge worldwide.

 

Take Action | 350 Home & Garden Challenge | May 14 & 15, 2011
Transition US is working with a growing number of organizations to bring this movement alive and collectively mobilize.  Our first challenge in 2011 takes place in May.  Together, through individual and community-wide actions, we will show our fellow citizens the power we hold as a movement.  Learn more about what you can do to start organizing today.

 

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