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Garden Companion Newsletter Issue No. 17
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42 Years.
152 Countries.
Millions of people educated.
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...and we're just getting started.
Grow Hope. Grow Abundance.
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Editor: Leslie Roberts
Editorial Assistance: Carol Cox and Mary Zellachild
Graphic Design and Editorial Assistance: Shannon Joyner
Contributors: John Jeavons, Matt Drewno, Anniko Kao, Marin Williams, Brooke Eichenlaub , Gabriella Cobb, Kimberley Fisher, Cindy Conner, Jamie Chevalier, Rachel Laase, Shannon Joyner and GROW BIOINTENSIVE® friends from around the world.
Ecology Action Home Donate Now! Meet Ecology Action  2018 Interns Developing a 10-Bed Mini-Farm Design Appreciation from Cameroon Garden of Hope Makes a Difference in Kenya Herbal Spotlight: Elderberry Book Reviews - EA Booklet 31 and Cereal Crops Biointensive Team Corner - Leslie Roberts Electronic versions of EA booklets are online! Cindy Conners New Ventures What's a Widger? Leek and Potato Soup Recipe City waste reduction through raising chickens EA and VGfP 9-Part Summer Course 2018 and 2019 Cabin in the woods Matt Drewno - Advanced Level Certified GB Teacher Climate Change and GROW BIOINTENSIVE VGfP Seed Bank Is In Its Third Year We want to hear from you! Help Wanted-Ecology Action is Hiring Biointensive Farmers Learn with Ecology Action! Internships and Apprenticeships 1-Day GB Workshop in Olympia, WA 2019 Check out John Jeavons Blog! GB Community Announcements Donate Now! Donate Now! Ecology Action Events Shop for How to Grow More Vegetables