Como Green Blog

Fans of the Como Green Village can find the latest eco-scoop happening in the SE Como neighborhood in Minneapolis here!  This neighborhood has had a long tradition of environmental action going  back to tree planting programs in the mid 90's, establishment of Como Corner Community Garden in 1992 and initiating an air toxics campaign in the late 1990's.

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  • "Garden Prep with the FairShare Farmers" Class Series at Van Cleve Park “Garden Prep with the FairShare Farmers” is a spring gardening class series where you can get ready for the growing season with the FairShare Farmers! FairShare Farm is SE Como ...
    Posted Mar 10, 2015, 8:47 AM by FairShare Intern
  • residential organics drop-off at Van Cleve Park Here are some important items to remember when using the residential organics drop-offs:Residential organics include: all food scraps (including food you should not compost in a backyard bin ...
    Posted Feb 4, 2015, 11:21 AM by Stephanie Hankerson
  • Student and Resident Free Store Returns for Second Year The Pack & Give Back Student Free Store will be held at the University of Minnesota ReUse  Program warehouse once again this year. The free store is open to UMN students ...
    Posted Sep 2, 2014, 4:13 PM by Stephanie Hankerson
  • SE Como is welcoming spring! SECIA is sponsoring a number of spring community events in April. Come visit us!Earth Day 2014 at Northrop Auditorium and Northrop MallTues. April 22, Tables 11 am - 3 ...
    Posted Apr 22, 2014, 9:42 AM by Stephanie Hankerson
  • SECIA has Internships open for spring! SECIA has four unpaid internship positions that we are looking to fill in spring 2014.  Three of these positions will work on neighborhood community gardens, and one position will be ...
    Posted Feb 11, 2014, 2:36 PM by Stephanie Hankerson
  • Thank you to all who made TALMAGE RAIN GARDEN possible. The Talmage Rain Garden has come together and met some of it’s goals: erosion and runoff into the storm sewers has been stopped in the area above the rain ...
    Posted Dec 10, 2013, 12:33 PM by Stephanie Hankerson
  • Urban Air Pollution Impact on Urban Farming - Report by Intern: Brandon Piekarski Hello everyone,This summer (2013) I have been doing research on the impacts of urban air pollution on urban farming, specifically related to HERC. I have prepared a report on ...
    Posted Aug 27, 2013, 3:03 PM by Como Corner
  • Como Corner Commotion: Art, Music, & Food for Community Garden Day Community Gardening Day is a very important time for both Como Corner and FairShare Farm Community Garden.  It is a day to recognize the contributions of community gardeners to the ...
    Posted Jul 30, 2013, 11:52 AM by FairShare Intern
  • SECIA seeking Como Summer Events Intern 2013
    Posted Jun 17, 2013, 7:20 AM by Frank@comogreenvillage.info
  • Brandon Piekarski - Summer 2013 Natural Resources and Sustainability Intern Hello Como!My name is Brandon Piekarski and I will be one of the new interns helping out at the SECIA office over the summer. I just finished my junior ...
    Posted Jun 13, 2013, 12:09 PM by Stephanie Hankerson
  • Upcoming Farm On! Event "Springtime" - Saturday, May 25th Introducing "Farm On!"Farm On! happens the last Saturday of every month from 11am to 2pm at FairShare Farm on 22nd Ave SE & Fairmount Ave.Each day will feature garden ...
    Posted May 24, 2013, 8:09 AM by Stephanie Hankerson
  • Position of Environmental Coordinator Winds Down after 12 years As the position winds down due to lack of funding I would just like to say a big "Thank You" to all the volunteers, neighbors, and partners I've had ...
    Posted May 1, 2013, 1:38 PM by justin@comogreenvillage.info
  • Como’s Community Gardens are getting ready to open! Get in touch with your leafy green side by signing on to help at one of the neighborhood's community gardens for the 2013 season. Como Corner at 22nd & Como ...
    Posted Apr 25, 2013, 11:10 AM by Stephanie Hankerson
  • Thank you for your action on HERC Thank you to the residents and students who went down to City Hall to participate in the hearing on February 28th.  Even though the hearing did not "officially" commence, we ...
    Posted Mar 13, 2013, 4:56 PM by justin@comogreenvillage.info
  • Time to register for bulk rate seeds & seedlings! ~Do you want to grow your own fresh produce? ~To engage in local food issues, making healthy, locally-grown food more accessible in your neighborhood? ~Would you like access to ...
    Posted Mar 5, 2013, 4:37 PM by Stephanie Hankerson
  • HERC Action Alert Feb 26, 2013 See our HERC pages for information relating to a late called public meeting happening on February 28th, 2013.
    Posted Feb 26, 2013, 1:44 PM by Stephanie Hankerson
  • SECIA seeking summer community garden interns SE Como's community gardens are opening up its summer internship hiring process.  Our summer interns have a pivotal role in ensuring success at our vegetable, ornamental, native and youth ...
    Posted Mar 5, 2013, 4:13 PM by Stephanie Hankerson
  • FairShare Farm Community Garden will take 2013 registrations for new gardeners on March 1st FairShare Farm Community Vegetable Garden located at 22nd Ave SE & Fairmount Ave SE, is a shared garden space without individual plots. The vegetables are grown communally and harvest are split ...
    Posted Feb 12, 2013, 2:21 PM by Stephanie Hankerson
  • Check out Environmental Inventory SECIA's intern, Celsete Adams, worked on a brief overview of some local emitters and facilities and put them together in an environmental inventory.  This is similar to the one ...
    Posted Jul 8, 2014, 11:21 AM by Stephanie Hankerson
  • Invitation to St Anthony Park Energy Resilience Group meeting to consider Transition Town affiliation The St. Anthony Park Energy Resilience Group are  interested in bringing in folks from nearby neighborhoods to make their transition town efforts geographically larger than just the SAP neighborhood. If ...
    Posted Jan 8, 2013, 1:32 PM by Stephanie Hankerson
  • Two early-December opportunities to learn and impact urban ag in Minneapolis There are two early-December opportunities to learn and impact urban ag in Minneapolis.  Attend to make your ideas known!Homegrown Minneapolis Food Council Open House, December 5: Urban Agriculture ...
    Posted Nov 20, 2012, 4:05 PM by Stephanie Hankerson
  • Como Green Village & FairShare Farm to attend U of MN's Food Day Expo FairShare Farmers will have a table at the Food Expo on Oct. 23rd. If you are on campus, come check it out! U of MN Food Day October 23rd, themed ...
    Posted Oct 16, 2012, 12:30 PM by Stephanie Hankerson
  • Time to plant your garlic! At the 2012 Como Cookout, SECIA handed out seed garlic to neighbors and community gardens for fall planting. Our garlic was purchased at Ecological Designs with support from a Allina ...
    Posted Oct 9, 2012, 10:55 AM by Stephanie Hankerson
  • "The State of Urban Agriculture in Eastside Minneapolis” on 10/17 In the spring of 2011 the City of Minneapolis adopted an Urban Agriculture Policy Plan to support and expand our community’s ability to grow, process, distribute and eat more ...
    Posted Oct 2, 2012, 12:24 PM by Stephanie Hankerson
  • 'Sungold' is the 2012 Tomato Tastin' winner And, we have a winner!  Visitors to the Local Foods Resource Hub potluck  found  U Students Like Good Food hosting a Tomato Tastin' alongside this year's Como Cookout. This ...
    Posted Sep 29, 2012, 9:43 AM by Stephanie Hankerson
  • Gardening Hubs Bring Northeast and Southeast Community Together By Alison Henderson A new gardening “hub” has sprouted in the Northeast and Southeast neighborhoods of Minneapolis. The NE/SE Hub is one of five networks, officially named Local Food ...
    Posted Sep 11, 2012, 5:03 PM by Stephanie Hankerson
  • Fall 2012 Environmental Sustainability Intern for SECIA The Environmental Sustainability Intern will have the opportunity to work with a cutting edge, grassroots organization that has achieved measurable results in the real world. This is an opportunity to ...
    Posted Sep 5, 2012, 10:29 AM by Stephanie Hankerson
  • No Fall MIMO for 2012 As you walk through the neighborhood it's easy to see what season it is--it's MIMO season.  That's right, its when students return to begin the fall ...
    Posted Aug 28, 2012, 4:37 PM by justin@comogreenvillage.info
  • Volunteer at the Como Cookout on Sun Sept. 16th Here is a FUN volunteer opportunity in the SE Como neighborhood!  The Como Cookout event is a fall festival that kicks-off a new academic year and brings together neighbors ...
    Posted Aug 26, 2012, 8:01 AM by Stephanie Hankerson
  • Garbage-burning controversy remains at a standstill-MN Daily http://www.mndaily.com/2012/08/01/garbage-burning-controversy-remains-standstill#.UClkW-h487Q.email Coventa seeks to increase their daily garbage-burning limit by 20 percent. The Hennepin Energy ...
    Posted Aug 20, 2012, 9:07 AM by Unknown user
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"Garden Prep with the FairShare Farmers" Class Series at Van Cleve Park

posted Feb 10, 2015, 11:38 AM by FairShare Intern   [ updated Mar 10, 2015, 8:47 AM ]

“Garden Prep with the FairShare Farmers” is a spring gardening class series where you can get ready for the growing season with the FairShare Farmers! FairShare Farm is SE Como’s community vegetable garden where members plan, grow and harvest crops communally. Each session will be a blend of instruction, demonstration, activities, with plenty of opportunity for Q&A for own site. Take part in one class, or in the whole series and get your garden plans spouting. Refreshments and materials will be provided. To Register, call Van Cleve Park at 612-370-4926 or follow the link provided with each session below. These classes are FREE thanks to the Good Neighbor Fund and the Vikings.

February 28, 2015, 10am-noon: Seed starting by Winter Sowing & seed tape; Instructor Steph Hankerson (SECIA) Activity Number 51810

March 21, 2015, 10am-noon: Crop rotation and garden planning; Instructor Courtney Tchida (MISA) Activity Number 51817

April 18, 2015, 10am-noon: Container, sack and straw bale gardening; Instructors Steph Hankerson (SECIA), Kate Clarity and Erica (Urban Farmers) Activity Number 52702

May 9, 2015, 10am-noon: Pollinator friendly gardening; Instructor Larry Cipolla (Master Gardener) Activity Number 52703

                                            June 6, 2015, 10am-noon: Irrigation techniques and planning; Instructor Larry Cipolla (Master Gardener) Activity Number 52704

residential organics drop-off at Van Cleve Park

posted Feb 4, 2015, 11:17 AM by Stephanie Hankerson   [ updated Feb 4, 2015, 11:21 AM ]



Here are some important items to remember when using the residential organics drop-offs:
  • Residential organics include: all food scraps (including food you should not compost in a backyard bin like meats, bones, and dairy products), food-soiled and non-recyclable paper, and other compostable materials such as coffee grounds, filters, cotton swabs, dryer lint, and wooden freezer pop sticks. Click here for a detailed Yes/No Acceptability list.
  • Yard waste and pet waste are not accepted. 
  • Organics must be contained in a compostable bag (either paper or certified compostable plastic) to be brought to the drop-off site. Larger items such as pizza boxes, wax coated boxes and paper egg cartons do not need to be bagged.
  • If you have friends or family who want to participate, please have them visit our Organics Drop-Off webpage and sign up to participate. (www.minneapolismn.gov/organics)

Student and Resident Free Store Returns for Second Year

posted Sep 2, 2014, 4:13 PM by Stephanie Hankerson


The Pack & Give Back Student Free Store will be held at the University of Minnesota ReUse  Program warehouse once again this year. The free store is open to UMN students and residents
of participating neighborhoods. 

On August 25th, we will open a free store for all U of M students to shop at before the start of the semester. Neighborhood residents may use the free store from August 31st to September 6th, having made a donation prior.

The University of Minnesota ReUse Program started “Pack & Give Back” in May of 2013, an initiative aimed at reducing waste generated by students moving at the beginning and end of each semester. A partnership with Bridging, which reuses household furniture, will help facilitate on- and off-campus pick-up routes for reusable items that might otherwise end up in landfills.

Students and residents of Marcy-Holmes, Como, Prospect Park and Cedar neighborhoods can drop off acceptable items at the UMN ReUse Program warehouse. See Pack & Give Back website for list of acceptable items.

SE Como is welcoming spring!

posted Apr 22, 2014, 9:42 AM by Stephanie Hankerson   [ updated Apr 22, 2014, 9:42 AM ]

SECIA is sponsoring a number of spring community events in April. Come visit us!

Earth Day 2014 at Northrop Auditorium and Northrop Mall
Tues. April 22, Tables 11 am - 3:30 pm, Music 12-1 pm, Food 1 pm
Come celebrate Earth Day at the newly renovated Northrop Auditorium on Tuesday, April 22nd from 11am-3:30pm. An outdoor concert will take place from 12-1pm featuring Grand Dynasty, DJ CFANS, and Center Coast. Inside, there will be FREE food at 1pm as well as student groups and outside organizations sharing their work and how they have been serving our community and the environment. SECIA will be there!
Presented by Students for Sustainability, U Students Like Good Food, Environmental Student Alliance and Fossil Free Minnesota, with ESPM Student Association, MPIRG and other student groups co-sponsoring and attending.

Bike Motion, Part 1
Tues. April 22, 3-6 pm, Sunny Day Earth Solutions, 2601 Como Ave SE
Celebrate Earth day on your commute home. Stop by for the installation of Como’s first bike repair station designed by Marlaine Cox at Sunny Day Earth Solutions, 26th andComo Avenue. Mechanics will be on hand to provide air, tuneups, grease, bike painting tutorials and spring learning tips. There will be music, treats and many eco themes to explore.

Environment Committee Meeting
Tues. April 22, 6-8 pm, Sunny Day Earth Solutions, 2601 Como Ave SE
In honor of the bike repair station installation, we are moving our environment meeting to Sunny Day.

SCR Neighborhood Clean up
10-2 pm, Van Cleve and the Purple Onion
Get together with friends and neighbors to clean up your neighborhood, hosted by Student & Community Relations. Volunteers get a free pancake brunch following the clean up! There will be two check-in locations:Marcy Holmes:Purple Onion and SE Como:Van Cleve Park. The clean up will go from 10am to 12pm and brunch will be served from 12:15pm to 2pm at Van Cleve.For more information, send an email to neighbor@umn.edu.

Bike Motion, Part 2
11-2 pm, Van Cleve Park
After helping clean the neighborhood of its Spring Jam coating, stop by for the installation and celebration of Como’s second bike repair station designed by Marlaine Cox at Van Cleve Park. Mechanics will be on hand to provide air, tuneups, grease, bike painting tutorials and spring cleaning tips. There will be music, treats and many eco themes to explore. Bring the whole family.






Other events nearby:


Saturday:Annual cleanup of St. Anthony Park's Kasota Ponds
9 am-12 pm, 2536 Kasota Avenue
This event relies on volunteers to help clean up the ponds. These wetlands are a critical part of our Mississippi River watershed. This is a fun solo or family activity, so please join us for some exercise and fun learning activities. OnSaturday, April 26th please check-in at the parking lot of 2536 Kasota Avenue, west of Hwy 280, for supplies, directions and snacks. We hope you can make it!

Celebrate Southeast
Saturday April 26th,1 – 4 pm, Prospect Park United Methodist Church, 22 Orlin Avenue SE, Minneapolis. This is the 3rd annual Celebrate Southeast event. This event is a fundraiser for Southeast Seniors. We coordinate services for seniors so that they may live well at home with an enhanced quality of life. Last year over 200 people attended. Please join us!
1:00 – 3:00 p.m. A Taste of Southeast , Silent Auction, and Music by Southeast Area Musicians
3:00 – 4:00 p.m. Program honoring Katie Fournier, long-time resident of the Southeast Como neighborhood.
Tickets: Adults $15, Seniors 65 and older $10, children 10 and under $5.
Check our website www.seseniorsmpls.org, or give us a call at 612-331-2302, or email seseniors@mtn.org for more information or the latest updates.



Marcy Holmes annual Earth Day River Clean-Up
Saturday April 26th, 9:30 am - noon at Father Hennepin Bluffs Park, 6th Ave SE & Main St.

Refreshments provided by Bruegger's Bagels and General Mills. We clean the stretch of the Mississippi from 35W Bridge to Nicollet Island, Rain or Shine.

Gloves, bags and maps provided.

SECIA has Internships open for spring!

posted Feb 11, 2014, 2:19 PM by Stephanie Hankerson   [ updated Feb 11, 2014, 2:36 PM ]

SECIA has four unpaid internship positions that we are looking to fill in spring 2014.  Three of these positions will work on neighborhood community gardens, and one position will be supporting a novel new industrial roof survey project. Don't delay in applying! The roof intern position needs to be filled the quickest, and we would prefer to see applications by 2/14/2014.

The gardening positions are a summer+PLUS internship as it covers the whole growing season from mid-March to end of October. Expect about  5-10 hours a week with the understanding that some weeks will have less activity than others, and that pre-arranging weeks off is not usually a problem. The roof project intern will have an option to extend into the calendar year and some compensation may be available at that time.

Thank you to all who made TALMAGE RAIN GARDEN possible.

posted Dec 10, 2013, 12:33 PM by Stephanie Hankerson

The Talmage Rain Garden has come together and met some of it’s goals: erosion and runoff into the storm sewers has been stopped in the area above the rain garden, the garden is clearly defined by boulders and a fence, the berm prevents overflow, collecting rain for Native plants and there are greening plants beneath the snow. Beyond the improvement to our environment, our community has come together to make this a nicer place to live and walk.


So many people of all ages stop to thank gardeners; guys in trucks, people with babies in strollers, joggers, walkers, skateboarders, bikers, dog walkers. We look forward to a greener Talmage in the spring, improved ecology at the site and a community asset. With time and TLC the native plants will mature and thrive. Come May, the garden can expand the planting into other areas of the Talmage Triangle, eventually creating a low maintenance Native Rain Garden and planned Native low Meadow. Enjoy the beauty that you have helped create.

  • Many, many, kudos go to Lila & Karl Smith, for their vision, persistence, drive and determination.
  • Thanks to the SECIA board, particularly Tedd Johnson, who surveyed, marked, and advised Bill Dane, who negotiated the lease contract
  • Thanks the Good Neighbor Fund for providing a fence, many plants and materials to build the rain garden.
  • Paul Chellsen at the City, Metro Blooms, and Gardening Matters for advice, ideas and insights on how to make this happen.
  • Thanks to Ramy Selim for regrading the triangle slope and placing 30 boulders with a Dingo & Andy Haberman’s extra attention on this day and on the planting.
  • Thanks to SECIA’s Ricardo McCurley and Stephanie Hankerson who helped with logistics, fiscal admin, communications, connections, tools and the help needed.
  • Thanks to Amy Mcbeth, Julie Heyen, BNSF for offering us a chance to make our garden dreams come true.
  • Thanks to those who donated plants: Hamline Thomas Community Garden, Hannah Texler, Stephanie Hankerson, Peggy Booth, Paul Toftness, Suzanne Maeder, Kathy Knudson, & Como Corner Community Garden.
  • Barb & Harold White, Emilie Quast, Lila & Karl Smith Kristy Golvbievolski and husband, Paul David Vavreck, Ian Wallace, Brian Walli, Brandon Folkes, Peter Sutton, Lucas Geissler, Kevin Pabst, Sharah Traffas, Marlene Cox, Jordan Briggs, Dan Kokkilu, Jim & Carol Drake, Tron Bonkowske,, Carol Ruchs, Troy, Aaron, Carol Ruchs, Jeff & Helen Haberer, Fen Chen, Alice, Kelly O’Brian, Anne Miller, John Thisen, Rachel G, Holly Lamment, Joe Lund, and others.Thank-U volunteers from the U of MN Homecoming Service Group, led by Reed Mosimanny, Brian J., Paul R. and Keaton B.
  • 4 young women from Northwestern University who read about us on-line and showed up to work
  • The young man returning from a Gopher’s football game who put in some hard work
  • the young man who helped me right a displaced boulder
  • the skateboarder who stopped to help me weed for awhile

Urban Air Pollution Impact on Urban Farming - Report by Intern: Brandon Piekarski

posted Aug 27, 2013, 2:49 PM by Como Corner   [ updated Aug 27, 2013, 3:03 PM ]

Hello everyone,

This summer (2013) I have been doing research on the impacts of urban air pollution on urban farming, specifically related to HERC. I have prepared a report on the information I have gathered and the resources that were valuable in providing the information. What follows is the executive summary from the report. To view the entire report, please refer to the PDF attached below the executive summary.

Executive Summary


Question: Does urban air pollution (specifically related to HERC) impact urban farming?

(The main source responsible for answering this question was reference #5: A Review and Analysis of Parameters for Assessing Transport of Environmentally Released Radionuclides through Agriculture)


Answer: Yes, urban air pollution will be uptaken by plants through their roots as air pollutants are deposited and incorporated into the soil. Uptake can vary by plant but there is a general trend where concentrations are greatest in the roots and follow the general trend of: roots > leaves > stems > tubers > fruits > seeds (reference 5, pg. 5). Another general trend is that concentrations will be greater in vegetative plant parts than in reproductive plant parts. Air pollution will also deposit directly onto the surface of plants which can then be ingested. The risk is greatest for leafy vegetables which have the largest surface area.


Recommendation for future research: My recommendation for a research project would be to test the soil to determine the compounds within. If a compound is in the soil it is most likely within the plant. Some of the compounds within the soil could be traced back to HERC or other air polluters within the Minneapolis area. Testing the soil may help determine the level of concentration of pollutants from years of deposition. Leafy vegetables grown at fairshare farm could also be tested to determine the amount of air pollution deposited onto their surfaces. This would probably be the most accurate way to determine the air pollutants interacting with Fairshare Farm specifically. The soil may have compounds from sources other than air pollution that we do not have knowledge of (such as previous uses of the sight or of other sights that the soil has been transported from). The broad surface area provided by leafy vegetables allows for the greatest amount of deposition from air pollution and will give the best picture of all the air pollutants interacting with the plants at Fairshare Farm.

Como Corner Commotion: Art, Music, & Food for Community Garden Day

posted Jul 30, 2013, 11:52 AM by FairShare Intern

Community Gardening Day is a very important time for both Como Corner and FairShare Farm Community Garden.  It is a day to recognize the contributions of community gardeners to the beautiful, green communities they create and the benefits associated with them.  It is also a way to spread awareness and for neighbors to get to know their community a little better.  Each year, the Twin Cities hosts Community Garden Day on the second Saturday of August.  Maps and a description for each of this year's participating gardens can be found through the Gardening Matters website. Attached at the bottom of this page is also a document that lists participating gardens and a short description of that particular garden's event.  The gardens hold a range of events from herb tastings to face painting to scavenger hunts to tours to bee keeping demonstrations to just about anything!

With that said, the Como Corner volunteers, members of the FairShare Community Garden and the Community Building Committee of the Southeast Como Improvement Association are proud to bring you:


The Como Corner Commotion! 
Art, music & food for Community Garden Day
Sat., August 10th 12-6 PM
22nd Avenue SE and Como Avenues


This is Como's first Art Fair/Concert and a celebration of our vibrant community green spaces and their Como gardeners. August 10 is Community Garden Day across the state which recognizes the contributions of community gardeners to the health, vitality and livability of their communities.

The Como Corner Commotion has spaces reserved for local vendors, artists and musicians. To apply to sell art, food and beverages, other crafts or play music, (click here to Apply Online - or to sign up to volunteer). A variety of garden demos and activities along with guided FairShare Farm tours. Bring your gardening questions!

We’re looking forward to an eventful day and hope you can join us.

Questions? Call SECIA at 612-676-1731 or email Ricardo at secomo@secomo.org

SECIA seeking Como Summer Events Intern 2013

posted Jun 17, 2013, 7:20 AM by Frank@comogreenvillage.info




Brandon Piekarski - Summer 2013 Natural Resources and Sustainability Intern

posted Jun 11, 2013, 2:59 PM by Como Corner   [ updated Jun 13, 2013, 12:09 PM by Stephanie Hankerson ]

Hello Como!

My name is Brandon Piekarski and I will be one of the new interns helping out at the SECIA office over the summer. I just finished my junior year at the University of Minnesota and will be graduating in December. I'm majoring in Environmental Sciences, Policy, and Management (ESPM) with an emphasis on Policy, Planning, Law, and Society (PPLS) and a minor in sustainable agriculture. After graduating I would really like to work in the environmental policy realm within Minnesota. I grew up in northern Minnesota surrounded by wilderness and have an appreciation for all things wild. I have been enjoying my time in the Twin Cities and appreciate the metro area's commitment to greens spaces and parks. I'm currently working a student job on the University's campus and like to do some running and reading in my free time. I have been living in the Como neighborhood since the beginning of the Fall 2012 school year and am excited to get more involved with the community! I will be helping out at the SECIA office and digging in to the Como Corner garden over the summer. Stop by Como Corner on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of every month between 6:30pm-sundown to meet me!


If you would like to contact me with questions feel free to email me at:
or


I am enjoying my time at Como Corner!
Best,
Brandon Piekarski

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