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!

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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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