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My latest DeHaan Services public service announcement is "Autumn Jam by Occupy Gardens Toronto in September 2012".

It highlights a new Toronto event, "Autumn Jam", which celebrates the harvest from a vegetable garden planted on public property.


Publicity for my 2012 Autumn Jam Article

As always, my Xanga blog ("Autumn Jam from Vegetables in the Occupy Gardens Toronto") also provides publicity for my article.

One Tasty Writing Tip

Today's writing tip repeats what I had said before.

Today I returned from a couple days of vacation. When I had almost caught up with correspondence and both my Google+ and FaceBook feeds, I found a post shared by some Facebook friends.

That item stated that the garden planted by Occupy Gardens Toronto had been uprooted by a city works department. It turns out that this happened today, which is a day before the "Autumn Jam" event to celebrate the harvest.

You'll have to read my article, and then follow links to the Occupy Gardens Toronto website, for further information.

The writing tip is to stay on the alert for ideas that can lead to articles. In this case, it took only a couple hours to write this public service announcement about Occupy Gardens Toronto's "Autumn Jam" and then publicize it. Hopefully this is in the nick of time for my aritcle to get the word out to gardeners and Toronto residents interested in the Occupy movement.



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