DeSmogBlog at the DC Green Festival

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The DeSmogBlog team (that would be Kevin Grandia and Sarah Pullman, in this particular case) have arrived on the scene in Washington DC for the weekend. We’ll be hanging out at the Green Festival at our booth, handing out stickers and maybe even tshirts, and generally eager to talk to people about the site.

If you’re in the DC area, come on down and say hello. Entry is only $15 and there’s a great line up of speakers. I attended the San Francisco one two years ago and can also attest that it’s the best place going for yummy free food samples all day. Hope to see you there!

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