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Re: Gardeners take notice

Dear Margaret:

We have moved out to the Spenserville area south of Ottawa on a small hobby
farm. We have wild artichoke growing on its own all over our property.

I would like to submit a request for information on how to cook this root
as I understand it is eatable. It would be a short piece just a discription
of the plant and root and a request for information about it.

If this fits your theme this months and you want me to write this up please
let me know.

Thanks Jane Scharf

At 9:31 PM -0400 7/6/99, Margaret Jensen wrote:
>We're doing another issue of the Peace and Environment News on Gardening
>for September. The September issue will be on Harvesting, and we're
>inviting submissions--articles or information. We will need articles by
>August 9. Please email me soon if you would like to contribute.
>Here are some topics we're interested in:
>--Preserving food in environmentally friendly ways
>--Saving seeds
>--Genetically engineered seeds
>--Terminator seed technology
>--Heritage seeds
>--Preparing your garden for winter
>--Where to find local produce in winter
>--Opportunities for park naturalization or tree planting in the fall
>--Gardening courses or workshops in the fall and winter
>--Any other topic you're keen on
>Please email Margaret at dr251@freenet.carleton.ca or
> or call her at 238-3863.
>This issue of the PEN is specially funded, so all our readers will get
>your information. This is a great opportunity to get your message out. We
>look forward to hearing from you!
>The PEN Editorial Committee
>(Ottawa) Peace and Environment Resource Center http://www.perc.flora.org/

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