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posted by Steve Caines in on Jul 26, 2009 - View profile

Seemore Green Discussion on Native Land Rights

Tuesday July 28 2009

SeeMore Green Gardening events

Event taking place at the Seemore green garden (1411 Seymour St.)

- Tuesday, July 28th (6-8pm): Discussion on Native Land Rights.

SeeMore Green (aka Seymour Green) is a collective garden on Dalhousie campus, behind the big blue house numbered 1411 Seymour, (between Coburg and University). It is not a community garden the way most think of a community garden, with the little plots that belong to individuals; we garden together and learn from each other...

More info: garden@nspirg.org

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