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Article posted: 4/27/2013 2:27 AM

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Amy Hull College of DuPage greenhouse supervisor and adjunct faculty member works with horticulture student Warren Kahtib, in the college's greenhouse.

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Student volunteer William Pourch works with Lab Assistant Marty Bartz in the College of DuPage greenhouse, transplanting hot peppers.

Mark Black | Staff Photographer

Amy Hull, center, College of DuPage greenhouse supervisor and adjunct factuality member works with student Bruce Adamec of Hinsdale and volunteer Carol Lachance of Lombard.

Mark Black | Staff Photographer

Amy Hull College of DuPage greenhouse supervisor and adjunct factuality member talks with students in the college's greenhouse.

Mark Black | Staff Photographer

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Homeowners with a growing concern of environmental issues, such as food production and yard waste, are heading back to school. Interest in topics like organic foods or sustainable landscaping are among the reasons people are taking horticulture classes, said Julia Fitzpatrick-Cooper of the College of DuPage.
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    • Amy Hull College of DuPage greenhouse supervisor and adjunct faculty member works with horticulture student Warren Kahtib, in the college’s greenhouse.
    • Student volunteer William Pourch works with Lab Assistant Marty Bartz in the College of DuPage greenhouse, transplanting hot peppers.
    • Amy Hull, center, College of DuPage greenhouse supervisor and adjunct factuality member works with student Bruce Adamec of Hinsdale and volunteer Carol Lachance of Lombard.
    • Amy Hull College of DuPage greenhouse supervisor and adjunct factuality member talks with students in the college’s greenhouse.
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