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Saturday September 20 at 10:00am
 McKellar Lake, corner of Jack Carley Causeway and West Trigg Ave
Hey everyone the first fall clean-up will take place September 20th from 10 a.m. to Noon at McKellar Lake. This should be a huge clean-up as we had 160 just sign up this past week. Need a few more to totally dominate this area!

Saturday September 20 at 8:00am - 1:00pm
Wiseacre Brewing Company
2783 Broad Ave, Memphis, Tennessee 38112
The Memphis Tour De Coop is a guided and self-guided bicycle tour of urban chicken coops, gardens, and beehives benefiting GrowMemphis. We will also include a Tour De Coop map with the stop locations for any person who registers and would like to walk or otherwise participate in the tour.

The 2014 event will showcase urban chickens, gardens, and beehives in new innovative ways to inspire the Yard to Table approach of creating healthy, fresh, and sustainable local food production back into our yards, homes, lives, and community.

Registration Fee: Suggested donation of $10.00 per person to benefit the work of GrowMemphis. Registration will be available 
August 3rd thru September 17th. 

Monday September 22 from 5:30 - 7:00 pm
Benjamin L Hooks Public Library
Memphis, Tennessee 38111

What is a GMO? What happens if I eat it? What can I do if I don't want to eat GMO's? 
Join the Sierra Club-Chickasaw Group for a discussion about manufactured foods and food sovereignty. This program will present very basic information about GMO's, or genetically modified organisms. We will also talk about what this means for our food system. There will be information about GMO labeling as well as healthy alternatives. You have a right to know what is in your food. You have the right to decide what you eat. You CAN have access to healthy foods. Whether it's through education about organic gardening, urban sustainable agriculture, community gardening and sourcing locally, or affecting local food policy or state legislation, it CAN be done and we CAN define our own food system.
Hear about efforts and organizations including GrowMemphis, the Food Advisory Council for Memphis and Shelby County, GMO Free TN, H.O.P.E. (Homeless Organizing for Power & Equality), and more. Light, healthy refreshments will be served.


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Maintained by Bill Runyan, last updated September 18, 2014