Jan 4, 2011

Getting Off the Grid. An Evening.of Mandala and Keyhole Gardening

Getting off the grid.
Gardening with fewer paths and higher diversity helps the plants, soil and your back.
Totally scalable to backyard or public field, the mandala creates energy and builds the garden community.
A free event
Wednesday, January 19 · 7:00pm - 9:00pm
700 2nd Street North, South St Paul -
South St. Paul High School.   Sponsored by Dakota County Gardeners

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