Library hosting ‘Urban Self-Reliance’ workshops in October

by | Sep 5, 2012

The Seattle Public Library is hosting an October workshop series called Urban Self-Reliance at several branches, including Greenwood, at 8016 Greenwood Ave. N. Topics include how to live a more sustainable life by growing and preserving your own food, composting, using a bike as transportation, and more.
All workshops are free and registration is not required, except where noted. Check out the full list of workshops at all branches.
The Greenwood class is called “Reuse It!” – “Learn some creative ways to reuse or repurpose commonly tossed items keeping materials that still have value out of the landfill. Presented in partnership with CleanScapes as part of the Neighborhood Waste Reduction Rewards program.” It’s from 6-7:30 p.m. on Wed., Oct. 17.

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