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Pam Peirce

Hi Miranda,

You can send me an email through my website, pampeirce.com.

Miranda Leonard

Hi Pam,

I'm a graduate student working with the San Francisco Department of the Environment to develop a strategy and finance plan to promote urban agriculture within the City. Your book, Golden Gate Gardening, has been a tremendous resource for my team to help us understand all the different aspects of gardening in our area. Would it be possible to meet with you for a brief interview within the next month or two? I'd love to get your input on how to make urban agriculture a successful venture for San Francisco. Thank you for your consideration.

Miranda Leonard

Jim Lew

Nice looking pie. I like the bag on counter technique for working the crust. Happy Holidays....


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Golden Gate Gardening

The new, updated and expanded third edition of Golden Gate Gardening has more of the information you'll depend on about California microclimates, soils, container gardening, vegetable varieties, herbs, edible flowers, cutting flowers, fruits, managing pests and weeds. Now includes 4 planting calendars, 2 for cool summer microclimates, plus 2 for more inland microclimates. More recipes and tips for learning to harvest and eat from a garden too.

Jan 6, 2010

Wildly Successful Plants

These common and easy to grow California garden plants are being reclaimed by current garden designers for their beauty and sturdiness. Learn how to grow them well, care for them throughout the year, and use them in your garden for reliable, drought-tolerant, year-round color.

Mar 31, 2006

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