Rooftop Vegetable Seed Giveaway
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Australia: TV broadcaster and author of The Edible Balcony, Indira Naidoo, will lead travelers on a tour of the rooftop farms of New York in May. Wow, AU$5990 (US$5370) a person, twin share, or AU$7090 (US$6356) for singles!
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