Join Organic Edible Gardens at the Green Living Expo!!!

Danylo Kosovych and Jon Storvick of Organic Edible Gardens will be hosting a booth at the Arlington Green Living Expo and Earth Week Community Fair.  We will also be giving a presentation on organic lawn care and edible landscaping!!!

Join us Saturday, April 26 from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm at the George Mason Arlington Campus, Founders Hall, 3351 Fairfax Dr., Arlington, VA.

For more information, please visit http://www.arlingtonenvironment.org/expo

We hope to see you there!

Join Organic Edible Gardens at the Green Living Expo

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