Wabi-Kusa Workshop

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jiga923
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I'm signed up. I can bring a fruit bowl. Approx how many people will be attending?
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OK Count me in for some drinks. I have a bunch of plants for the auction as well.
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I'll bring some plants for the auction.

I'll also bring something baked so share if I have time. There is a full kitchen attached to the gallery to use if anyone needs to heat up their food.

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Cristy Keister
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I'm bringing chili con carne.
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Anyone interested in sourdough starter? I'm bringing Arlene some, can make a few extra.

I'll bring tiger frogbit, have salvinia cuccolotta (the cup type) if there's interest.

Also will bring food to share...most likely dessert-ish. Unless motivated to bake a loaf of bread. Wait and see.
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Does anyone have microworms, springtails, or flightless fruit fllies I could one way or the other obtain a starter from?

Also, if anyone is interested in isopods I have Dairy Cow Isopods (Porcellio laevis) and Zebra Isopods (Armadillidium maculatum) in excess.
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halak
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I can bring you a flightless fruit fly culture for $10. I can probably bring you free microworms, too.
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Does anyone sell low maintememce stem plants or Subwassertangand that they can bring this Saturday?
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I have subwassertang and ludwigia.
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