Rooting DC is Feb 18… donate, volunteer, or simply attend!

Rooting DC, the District’s own annual urban gardening forum, is just a few weeks away and the event needs your help in making this year’s event a success! (Rooting DC has always been totally run by volunteers so it can be free for all.) Here are a few ways to support this effort:

1. Come to the fundraising happy hour this Thursday, Feb 2 at Petworth’s Looking Glass Lounge. Stop by between 5 and 8pm to make a small donation, bid on some of the great silent auction items, or just enjoy a signature drink — the Rooter Shooter (not sure what’s in that… guess you’ll have to order one to find out).

2. Volunteer at the event. This is a really great way interact and meet the urban agricultural community in DC, including many groups and individuals featured in the summer 2011 issue of Bittersweet Zine. Contact Kristin Georger (kristin@neighborhoodfarminitiative.org) for more information on volunteer opportunities.

3. Be a sponsor. Click here to donate. (Please note “RDC” in the comments section to earmark your donation.)

Rooting DC will be held Saturday, February 18, 2012 from 9:30 am – 4:00 pm at Coolidge High School (6315 5th Street NW). If you’d simply like to attend the (free-but-totally-accepting-of-donations) event, you can pre-register for the event here. Slow Food DC will have a small informational table at the event, so we hope to see a lot of you there!

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