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Gather to Create an Ecology Center and Build Top Soil
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We gather as free people on the land and under the stars to share with each other. All are invited to participate–to share skills, teach workshops, play music, make art, heal, build, cook, and be together. On Friday, September 14th, we will gather starting around 3 p.m. at the Haight Ashbury Neighborhood Council Recycling Center. The Recycling Center is also a native plant nursery, community garden, and composting facility called Kezar Gardens. This space, like Haye’s Valley Farm and the Free Farm, is being evicted, and so we will transform it into an ecology center.

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