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  • http://www.urbansurvivalists.com crackgerbal

    This is a great idea! Setting an example for localized food growth is definitely something that needs to happen. Not to mention, in a crisis, people wont go hungry if they have food in their back yard.

    Hope this goes through!

    Great post, and glad to hear that they are at least considering this!

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  • Dr. Jones

    Please provide informaiton on how we can get in touch with someone that is in charge of the White House Green Project. We have a farm project going and we are building a greenhouse for our youth to provide continuing education in agriculture. Please respond at you earliest convenience

  • russ

    Being in Washington, DC and with the help of the green bloggers there will surely be no shortage of fertilizer!

    Count me out of the silly petition! Obama has other things to do beside pose beside some garden which he has no time to mess with and probably little interest in anyway (outside of politics).

    I would rather him think and worry about a whole lot of other things than worms in the corn because of a lack of pesticide.

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  • http://www.WATERFROMTHESKY.COM Barbara

    would like DC White House to get the lead out of their drinking water, go green and get water generator that makes water from the air.

  • http://PK Jodie Salvature

    But wanna state that this is invaluable, Thanks for taking your time to write this.