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Recycle your secondhand construction materials, available on the cheap from Berkeley's Urban Ore


Gardening involves more than just a tub of dirt, seeds, and a healthy appetite. To really get your hands dirty, there is a body of knowledge you'd do well to tap into. At Garden for the Environment's Inner Sunset one-acre farm, you can learn about leafy greens while meeting like-minded seed slaves. After all, it pays to have a buddy who can plant-sit.


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