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    If anyone in the City of Stirling is interested in being involved with a new community garden please email mail@faeriecara.com from the wonderful Eco Faeries.

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    calling out to city of stirling people who are interested in being involved with starting a new community garden. We are gathering interest and then a committee to get the project on the way. We will be meeting saturday afternoon April 21st. If you are interested in growing a community initiative please contact me for more information mail@faeriecara.com

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