Starting to think Garden 2014!

Hello Everyone!

Hope you are all doing well! This winter has been especially brutal, and I’m sure you are all anxious for spring to arrive. Jaimee and I are too! Looking forward to planting seeds and getting together again with the garden group soon. Please stay tuned!

In the mean-time, Deborah Appler has forwarded us an upcoming book club at Rodale! It should be a great opportunity to read about farming and food issues that are close to us all.

http://rodaleinstitute.org/event-registration/?ee=92

Thanks,
Jason & Jaimee

Do you enjoy reading? Are you passionate about human and environmental health? Interested in meeting other like-minded people and discussing groundbreaking ideas? Then sign up for Rodale Institute’s Book Club, now in its second season!

Members will gather on Rodale Institute’s covered Store pavilion from 1 pm to 3 pm the first Sunday of each month May through October to discuss the current month’s selection, enjoy complimentary refreshments, and take advantage of special member-only Store coupons. Meetings will take place rain or shine.
Among other engaging titles, the 2014 reading list includes The Dirty Life by Kristin Kimball, a memoir that celebrates farming and food; and Eric Schlosser’s Fast Food Nation, a New York Times bestseller.

Register now!

Membership: $75 (includes all books)
Dates: May 4 – June 1 – July 6 – August 3 – September 7 – October 5
Pre-registration required.
For more information, contact Heather Gurk, Store Manager, at (610) 683-1410 or heather.gurk@rodaleinstitute.org

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