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The green movement has turned individuals with an inkling of eco-consciousness into sweltering balls of guilt that are practically shamed to tears when they use a paper towel to clean up their cat's puke. Sure, we know that paper products, household cleaners, and plastic bags are bad, but we need someone to teach us how to change our behavior -- and how to clean up Mr. Mitten's hairballs in an earth-friendly way.

Head to the Introduction to Permaculture with Don Titmus class to learn how to change your eco-devastating ways forever. Titmus will get you started with some easy steps to put you on the path of composting, gardening, and chicken-rearing.

Wed., Aug. 18, 6:30-8 p.m., 2010
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Lilia Menconi
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