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June 20, 2006


Al Mollitor

You present food for thought. People who work to restore a bit of nature in urban settings should be aware that plant snobbery should not stand in the way of taking the first steps toward recovering a little green space.


Thanks for the kinds words, and the link to the Del Tredici article, which I will sit down and read tonight.

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