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Ben
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  • Miami, FL
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  • Little River Market Garden
  • Elena Naranjo
  • Dylan Terry
  • Roger Horne
  • Melissa Contreras-right, 5' 5"
  • Mario Yanez

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Melissa Contreras-right, 5' 5" and Ben are now friends
Jul 28, 2010
Ben replied to Melissa Contreras-right, 5' 5"'s discussion The Keyhole Garden- an aesthetically pleasing, composting, self-feeding garden bed. in the group Compost Group
"i;ve had great success using chunks of limestone rock found onsite (or carted in from empty lots in the area). you do get a bit of soil loss through the cracks, but mulching helps with that. "
Jul 28, 2010
Ben commented on Mario Yanez's group Policy Working Group
"I can lend some degree of government knowhow, having worked for the county for 3 years. If we get something official on paper, I can most likely set up the right meetings..."
Jul 28, 2010
Ben joined Mario Yanez's group
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Policy Working Group

Advocate for policy changes to facilitate Local Food activities using a grassroots network
Jul 28, 2010
Little River Market Garden left a comment for Ben
"Have you heard of Dr. Lena Ma at the University of Florida? Dr. Ma is an expert in biogeochemical processes of trace metals like lead and arsenic in plants and the environment. Dr. Ma's website is, http://lqma.ifas.ufl.edu/ She was recommended…"
Jul 23, 2010
Ben joined David Brookes's group
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Compost Group

community wisdom on composting in Miami
Jul 15, 2010
Ben is now friends with Little River Market Garden and Dylan Terry
Jul 15, 2010
Ben is now a member of The Greater Everglades Foodshed
Apr 24, 2009

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Enthusiast, Organizer, Home Gardener, Community Gardener, Organic Farmer, Educator
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Gardens of Troy

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At 9:41am on July 23, 2010, Little River Market Garden said…
Have you heard of Dr. Lena Ma at the University of Florida? Dr. Ma is an expert in biogeochemical processes of trace metals like lead and arsenic in plants and the environment. Dr. Ma's website is,
http://lqma.ifas.ufl.edu/
She was recommended to me by the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (FDACS).
If you are in touch with the group who is organizing and running the community garden at 54th street in Little Haiti, could you pass on the info? Thanks!
 
 
 

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