Dig In!! Save the Date – 3/12/16 Symposium in Raleigh

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DigIn-2016

Registration is now open!

Registration is $15/person and includes light breakfast and lunch.

Sponsored by Advocates for Health in Action and hosted by Marbles Kids Museum, the 7th Annual  Dig In! will be March 12, 2016. The workshop will explore urban agriculture, community gardens and edible gardens in schools, child care facilities, and home landscapes.

KeyNote Speaker:  Rev. Richard Joyner of the Conetoe Life Family Center. (Top 10 CNN Hero)

Schedule:  Details available in January

  • two sets of concurrent break-out workshops
  • workshops on school gardens and child care gardens
  • Connecting & Learning Roundtables
  • Interactive, educational booths

Target Audience: 

  • Educators
  • Child care center directors and staff
  • Parents
  • Churches and other faith-based organizations
  • Business leaders
  • Municipal planning and parks and recreation staff
  • Nonprofit organizations
  • Advocates

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Written By

Lucy Bradley, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionDr. Lucy BradleyConsumer and Community Horticulture Professor and Extension Specialist Call Dr. Lucy Email Dr. Lucy Horticultural Science
NC State Extension, NC State University
Updated on Sep 15, 2021
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