Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Video Wednesday: Turning Black Thumbs Green

Here is the PowerPoint and audio track from my recent PechaKucha Silver Spring presentation.
If you are not familiar with how PechaKucha works, it is a fast-moving talk that lasts about 7 minutes. Speakers have 20 slides and they are shown for 20 seconds each. They advance without your control, so lots of pre-planning and rehearsal is a must. These talks are a quick way to share loads of information in a very tight timeframe. 

Feel free to share this with all your nongardening friends!

Kathy Jentz, editor of Washington Gardener Magazine, makes change happen by attacking the concept of "black thumbs" and providing simple tips on how to make the world a greener place.

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