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Going Green Memphis 10-24-10

Going Green Memphis 10-24-10

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'Time for a good green clean'
Fall is when you start to batten down
the hatches and prepare for a bit of
housebound hibernation.

'2 Chicks and a Broom'
One Midtown company commits to
cleaning houses the all natural way

'Giving it back'
Former rocker goes country; returns to
Midtown to share wealth of produce

'Conservation
can be fun'

'Conference looks
at biofuel’s future'

'Team Green
Zone on go'

'Protecting world
one seed at a time'
'Time for a good green clean'
Fall is when you start to batten down
the hatches and prepare for a bit of
housebound hibernation.

'2 Chicks and a Broom'
One Midtown company commits to
cleaning houses the all natural way

'Giving it back'
Former rocker goes country; returns to
Midtown to share wealth of produce

'Conservation
can be fun'

'Conference looks
at biofuel’s future'

'Team Green
Zone on go'

'Protecting world
one seed at a time'

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GOINGGREEN
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S u nd ay ,October 24 ,2010 com me rci a la pp ea l.co m
What’s in this issue ...
On the cover:
Gabby Weiss of 2 Chicks and a Broom
WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU!
Going Green is a special online publication ofThe Commercial Appeal. We welcome your comments and suggestions. FollowGoing Green on Twitter at www.twitter.com/GoGreenMemphis.
Ed i t o r :
Kim Coleman, 529-5243,goinggreen@commercialappeal.com
Community Editor:
Emily Adams Keplinger,keplinger@commercialappeal.com
Time for a good green clean
Fall is when you start to batten downthe hatches and prepare for a bit ofhousebound hibernation.
2 Chicks and a Broom
One Midtown company commits tocleaning houses the all natural way
Giving it back
Former rocker goes country; returns toMidtown to share wealth of produce
Conservationcan be funConference looksat biofuel’s future
Team GreenZone on goProtecting worldone seed at a time
 
TheCommercialAppeal S u n d ay ,October 24,2010
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GOINGGREEN
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The Green Page
Pr o g r a m s
Clean green workshop:
On Wednesday,Deanna Caswell demonstrates how tomake “green”cleaning supplies that areeasier on the environment and the wallet.Participants should bring five 24-oz. spraybottles and three 3-cup lidded containersto take home their ready-to-use products.Cost is $15 for MBG members, $20 fornonmembers. Class runs from 1-2:30 p.m.Call 636-4128 to register.
 See Page 4 for a guide to fall cleaning.
Ev e n t s
Autumn hikes:
On Oct. 31, meet at the end ofOld Forest Lane, next to the Rainbow Lakeparking lot, for a free guided-1.5 mile hikethrough the Old Forest in Overton Park. Kidswelcome. Questions? Call 278-2396.
Farmers Markets:
The last markets of theseason are upon us. These farmers markets arealready closed for the season: Arlington,Covington, Fayette County, Germantown, SouthMemphis and Southaven.Here’s the schedule for the last day of theother area markets:Agricenter: Oct. 30Collierville: Oct. 26Cooper-Young: Oct. 30Hernand: Oct. 31Memphis Botanic Gardens: Oct. 27Memphis Farmers Market: Oct. 30Millington: Oct. 30
Celebration
GreenUp Memphis:
A newfestival, GreenUp Memphis,celebrating waysto makeMemphis both more eco-friendlyand a more attractive place tolive, will take place from 11 a.m.to 3 p.m. on Oct. 30on theGreen at South Frontadjacent tothe Memphis Farmers Market,behind Central Station inDo wn t ow n .For more information, call576-6000, or send an e-mail tog r e e n u p @ m e m p h i s t n . go v .
Fall Harvest party:
GrowMemphis will host a FallHarvest party on Saturday, from1-4 p.m. at the McMertonCommunity Gardens (at thecorner of Merton and McAdoo)in Binghamton.Enter homemade pickles,jellies, jams and more in thecanning competition. The eventwill also include food, music andfun as we celebrate anothersuccessful year of growing foodjustice through communitygardening and policy change.Guests are asked to bring a sidedish or dessert to share.To RSVP, call 725-4990 orsend an e-mail toj o se p h i ne @ m i d s o ut hp ea ce.o r g.
Hikers maysee a Red-shoulderedHawk asthey passthrough theOld Forestat OvertonPa r k .
Mike BrownThe CommercialAppea l

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