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Evergarden membership system launches
Anyone can become a member of the Evergarden Network™. All it takes is an email address and a desire to participate. Members can post updates via their profiles; updates appear on the profile, and recent updates also appear on our Updates page and on the Home page.

Members receive advance notice of special events in their communities, and subscribing (paying) members can receive discounts or rebates on selected purchases. Rules and procedures for these benefits will be forthcoming later in 2014.

To join, simply click the Register link atop any page of this website. You will need to provide your name and email address (all information received is confidential).
Seattle community garden to plant first crop in May
Our Seattle Central Area Urban Garden will begin production in May, with a first harvest expected in June or July. Completion of funding via a major grant from the City of Seattle is pending. (Cue elevator music.)

Participating sponsors are the city's Dept. of Neighborhoods, Black Dollar Days Task Force, Northwest Harvest and the people of zip code 98122. Evergarden Networks has arranged for space, equipment, staffing and training.

Training is coordinated by Maxine Mimms Academy and Bates Technical College, both of Tacoma, in which students will learn hydroponic gardening, distribution and marketing.
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