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2008Edit

September 2008 Chapel Hill Town Council Memorandum on Community Gardens

Sept 22, 2008 Chapel Hill Town Council Resolution ENCOURAGING THE GO CHAPEL HILL ACTIVE LIVING BY DESIGN TOWN ADVISORY COMMITTEE TO EXPLORE OPTIONS FOR FACILITATING AND PROMOTING COMMUNITY GARDENING OPPORTUNITIES IN CHAPEL HILL

APRIL 2007Edit

April 5, 7 PM @ Carrboro Century Center - The Alliance for Community Economics, along with many other local organizations including the Chamber’s Foundation for a Sustainable Community, has organized a free public meeting to address our energy future with a focus on local solutions to global problems. The program will open with the premier of Jim McQuaid’s half-hour film, After the Peak, followed by a panel discussion with Simon Rich, former CEO of Louis Dreyfus Natural Gas, Eric Henry, bio-fuel producer, and Patrick McDonough, board member of the Village Project. This public meeting is free. Contact Mike Lanier for more information at (919) 688-7334 or mlanier@co.orange.nc.us.

ANNA LAPPE' IN TOWN

Wednesday, April 4th, 7:00-9:00pm University Lecture, Booksigning & Reception Center for Environmental Farming Systems North Carolina State University J.C. Raulston Arboretum Raleigh, NC

Thursday, April 5th, 12:30-1:30pm University Lecture & Booksigning University of North Carolina Chapel Hill Michael Hooker Research Center Building South Columbia Steet Chapel Hill, NC

Thursday, April 5th, 6:00-7:30pm University Lecture & Booksigning Duke University Love Auditorium, Levine Science Research Center 450 Research Drive Durham, NC

Let's Organize a group of CCGC community gardeners to go to this one Saturday, April 7th, 2:00-5:30pm Growing Food, Growing Community, Growing Justice An Afternoon in the SEEDS garden 2pm Get Dirty before Dinner 4pm GRUB Potluck and Public Talk 708 Gilbert Street Durham, NC

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