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Nov. 18, 2021

Interview with Uncommon Good's Farm Program Manager, Johanna Larios

Interview with Uncommon Good's Farm Program Manager, Johanna Larios

In advance of an event at the Packing House, Uncommon Good's Farm Program Manager Johanna Larios took a few moments to introduce herself to Claremont Speak's listeners, highlight some of the constructive contributory activities in which UG is currently engaged, and invite Claremont to visit their presentation at the Claremont Packing House for The Sustainable Community Awareness Night on Friday, Nov. 19th, from 6-9 pm near the east end entrance. 
Johanna speaks from experience in and a serious passion for farming and growing healthy, fresh produce for the community, and highlights how Uncommon Good improves the lives of those they help.  Dedicated to making a real and measurable difference in the community, Johanna and Uncommon Good make great use of their resources and the gifts of the community, and hope that this episode will embolden and motive the listeners to join them, at any level possible.  Johanna, Nancy and other members of Uncommon Good, Sustainable Claremont and other like-minded groups look forward to meeting you at the packing house on Friday and want to thank everyone for their time and participation.  See you at the Packing House!

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