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Trash Talk- The Movie

Sean MacInnes holds a BFA in Theater from The University of Memphis and an MFA in Writing and Poetics from Naropa University in Boulder, CO. He’s published in several small presses across the country and is a former writer in residence at The Kerouac Project in Orlando, FL. He is …

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GrowMemphis Call for New Gardens, Offers Free Training

GrowMemphis is proud to announce that they accepting applications for their annual community garden grant process from November 11 through January 1. …

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Growing Things

Memphis is full of cool people doing amazing things. Our businesses are staffed with innovators, our non-profits loaded with visionaries, and our …

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Tour de Coop: Biking a Green City

Local food non-profit GrowMemphis is gearing up (get it?) for their inaugural Tour de Coop, to be held Saturday October 12, from …

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Mayors and Others Celebrate A Greener Memphis

The Urban Sustainability Directors Network (USDN) held their annual conference at AutoZone Park in Downtown Memphis on September 15-18. USDN is a …

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Ghouls, Zombies, and Ghosts Welcome at Shelby Farms Park

    Shelby Farms Park Conservancy is rolling out a new event for the Halloween season: Spooky Nights. Every Friday and Saturday …

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On Chickens and Crossing Roads

GrowMemphis, our city’s blight-reducing, neighborhood-nurturing urban farming non-proft, has just announced that registration is now open for the organization’s first annual “Tour …

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Green Matters: Active Citizenry

You may have recently heard in the news that the obesity rate dropped for the first time in decades. In truth, the …

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A City Goes Green

When a day of 90 degree weather is followed by one of 40, or when I find it difficult to purchase a …

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Food for Thought: Farmers Markets, What Are They?

GrowMemphis is a local non-profit that helps people turn vacant urban space into productive farms and centers of business. Their blog series, …

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