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“Little Dandelions” Continues To Grow

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Posted: Thursday, July 19, 2018 12:53 pm

Introducing our incredibly committed and kind team that have dedicated themselves to continue our mission to inspire and educate the importance of agriculture to all ages. As our organization continues to grow so has the need for us to continue working throughout our communities in creating free gardening and panting workshops. We’re looking forward to begin creating bilingual workshops (Spanish, English) that will include composting, planting and many more horticultural inspired crafts.

Along with creating free family oriented workshops that are tailored for children between the ages of 2-6 years old.  It’s important for us to create spaces where families and individuals can be inspired to continue the art of agriculture. “Believing in a better world is only the beginning towards making a difference.” The Little Dandelions.

On Sunday, July 29, Little Dandelions would like the Imperial Beach Community to “Eat for a Change.” The non-profit organization dedicated to educating everyone of all ages on agriculture, has partnered with Chipotle for a fundraiser. Make dinner a selfless act by joining the Little Dandelions and visiting Chipotle at 801 Palm Avenue in Imperial Beach between 4 and 8 p.m. Just mention to the cashier that you would like to support Little Dandelions and 33 percent of the proceeds will be donated to the Little Dandelions. For more information, visit facebook.com/events/194397691261157/.

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