Marianna Padilla
Personal Trainer, Instructor, Presenter

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Organic Gardening
        Even if you live in an urban
        setting, you can still begin to eat
        locally by growing some of your 
        own food in your yard or a
        community garden.  The Victory
        Gardens during World War II
        provided 40%  of the country's
        food needs.

       Industrial farming techniques
       and transporting food to market
       produces 20% of all greenhouse
       gases.  We can change this as well.

       Gardens add to the beauty of a
       yard.  Vegetables and flowers can
       be mixed to create an inviting
       landscape.   Transform your yard
       into a productive 'urban farm' using
       organic and sustainable practices.

       For help with your garden, see the 
       Gardening Class