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Wednesday, March 21, 2007
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Maurice Small Meets the Bloggers

From Meet The Bloggers - Join us for what will prove to be another experience with Meet.The.Bloggers. Maurice answered the phone with "Happy Groundhog Day" on February 2 when I called to set the interview. When I asked did the groundhog see his shadow, he said he didn't know he doesn't own a TV or a computer. Obviously, a true gardener who understands the distractions we face today. When I suggested March 21, he immediately came back with I would say that's approriate since it is the first day of spring. The man has an incredible wit and knows more than a little about the art of urban gardening. The City Fresh program has not been sleeping this winter, and I am sure he will tell us about that growth as well.Maurice Small, "Action Hero" of City Fresh, New Agrarian Center. From Meet The Bloggers - Join us for what will prove to be another experience with Meet.The.Bloggers. Maurice answered the phone with "Happy Groundhog Day" on February 2 when I called to set the interview. When I asked did the groundhog see his shadow, he said he didn't know he doesn't own a TV or a computer. Obviously, a true gardener who understands the distractions we face today. When I suggested March 21, he immediately came back with I would say that's approriate since it is the first day of spring. The man has an incredible wit and knows more than a little about the art of urban gardening. The City Fresh program has not been sleeping this winter, and I am sure he will tell us about that growth as well.Maurice Small, "Action Hero" of City Fresh, New Agrarian Center.

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