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Posted on February 22nd, 2014

We’re delighted to announce that Exeter Gardens has been selected for Whole Foods Harbor East‘s Nickels for Nonprofits Program. Through April 13th, every customer who brings their own bag will have the option to donate the 5-cent rebate to us!

Shop sustainably AND help the important work of Exeter Gardens in the process – now that’s a great deal! So grab your sacks, satchels, bindles and baskets and come on down. Whole Foods Harbor East is located at 1001 Fleet Street, near the corner of Fleet Street and Central Ave:


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And if you just can’t wait to donate to the Exeter Gardens project, all you need to do is click here and earn our never-ending gratitude!

 

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Variously described as "ChangeMonger-in-Chief," "dreamer and schemer," and "evil genius for good," Hasdai is the founder of ChangingMedia, a digital agency that helps visionary organizations harness the power of new media to create social change. An enthusiastic passport collector, Hasdai became a U.S. citizen on the 4th of July and is a fierce patriot with little to no interest in soccer. He has transformed a derelict lot into a flourishing urban farm as co-founder of Exeter Gardens, and is trying to make textiles sing with the Synesthesia Musical Loom Project. He has been carjacked in Baltimore but still loves it. His goal in life was to be a pirate, but he gets sea-sick.

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