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Anyone who wants to learn more about home gardening in the Pacific NorthWest is welcome to join. Let's learn together! I've been gardening in the NW for 18 years and was in the OSU Master Gardener 2010 class because it was time to learn more about

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Home Gardeners
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This group is for people growing vegetables in the Oakland area (all locals welcome!) to get together and share techniques, experiences, seeds, methods, material, etc. so that we can all grow more vegetables! By vegetables, I mean all sorts of edible

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Vegetable Growers
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This group is for people residing in Silicon Valley, or "from Silicon Valley", who are interested in agricultural technology (AgTech). This means existing companies, start-ups and enthusiasts curious about what the future holds for production agricul

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Agronomists
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Welcome to the Atlanta Living Soil Meetup Group! The soil is an amazing, wild living system teeming with organisms. These microscopic critters are working within a system to provide exactly what a plant needs to become healthy and grow free from pest

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Over the past few years we central Texans (specifically Dripping Springers) have learned much about self-sufficiency and sustainability. While there are many different sources to each, they are hard to find all in one place. The Dripping Springs Aqua

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Drippins
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Grow Water is an aspiring non- profit organization of individuals dedicated to providing individual, community & regional solutions and training in the areas of water harvesting, use/reuse, conservation, food production and integrated design in the S

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Did you know that Americans throw away nearly 40% of the food they put on their plates? Our worms help to keep some of that food and other fibrous materials, like cardboard and paper, from filling up landfills. This is accomplished by converting that

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Wormennials
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A group for people who Vermicompost or are interested in learning and sharing knowledge about using worms to compost. Vermicomposting is the product or process of composting utilizing various species of worms to create a heterogeneous mixture of deco

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This is a group for soil and water conservation districts located in the Willamette Valley of Oregon.  If you are a director, associate director, or employee of a soil and water conservation district with territory in the Willamette Valley, you shoul

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Cedarburg Green is a non-profit, (501c3 status pending, was anticipated by November, 2013, extended to 2014) member-based organization whose mission is to foster a greater appreciation for Urban Forestry; to beautify our public streets, boulevards an

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Forest Friends

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May 23, 2015

Did you know that Americans throw away nearly 40% of the food they put on their plates? Our worms help to keep some of that food and other fibrous materials, like cardboard and paper, from filling up landfills. This is accomplished by converting that

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Wormennials
March 30, 2015

Over the past few years we central Texans (specifically Dripping Springers) have learned much about self-sufficiency and sustainability. While there are many different sources to each, they are hard to find all in one place. The Dripping Springs Aqua

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Drippins
March 3, 2015

Welcome to the Atlanta Living Soil Meetup Group! The soil is an amazing, wild living system teeming with organisms. These microscopic critters are working within a system to provide exactly what a plant needs to become healthy and grow free from pest

120
Members
November 25, 2014
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This is a group for soil and water conservation districts located in the Willamette Valley of Oregon.  If you are a director, associate director, or employee of a soil and water conservation district with territory in the Willamette Valley, you shoul

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Members
July 9, 2014

Grow Water is an aspiring non- profit organization of individuals dedicated to providing individual, community & regional solutions and training in the areas of water harvesting, use/reuse, conservation, food production and integrated design in the S

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Members
April 24, 2014

A group for people who Vermicompost or are interested in learning and sharing knowledge about using worms to compost. Vermicomposting is the product or process of composting utilizing various species of worms to create a heterogeneous mixture of deco

9
Members
September 10, 2013

Cedarburg Green is a non-profit, (501c3 status pending, was anticipated by November, 2013, extended to 2014) member-based organization whose mission is to foster a greater appreciation for Urban Forestry; to beautify our public streets, boulevards an

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Forest Friends
November 29, 2012
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This group is for people growing vegetables in the Oakland area (all locals welcome!) to get together and share techniques, experiences, seeds, methods, material, etc. so that we can all grow more vegetables! By vegetables, I mean all sorts of edible

238
Vegetable Growers
February 24, 2012

This group is for people residing in Silicon Valley, or "from Silicon Valley", who are interested in agricultural technology (AgTech). This means existing companies, start-ups and enthusiasts curious about what the future holds for production agricul

184
Agronomists
February 27, 2010

Anyone who wants to learn more about home gardening in the Pacific NorthWest is welcome to join. Let's learn together! I've been gardening in the NW for 18 years and was in the OSU Master Gardener 2010 class because it was time to learn more about

345
Home Gardeners
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