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2nd Annual Underground Miami Fundraising Event to benefit Fertile Earth Foundation

On Tuesday, April 30th, 2013 at 6:00 PM until 10:00 PM, Fertile Earth Foundation (FEF), a Florida based 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, best known for its composting and waste reduction initiatives, will host their 2nd Annual “Underground Miami” fundraising event along with The Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce to benefit the organization.

Fresh off their success with the Ladies of Manure 2013 Calendar, the ladies of FEF will get you to rethink all your waste with specially commissioned art installation made with, you guessed it, manure!

“We want our community to remember that it is not waste until we waste it. We love doing things with a special twist. This will certainly be a night to remember,” said Lanette Sobel, FEF’s co-founder and Executive Director.

Held at The Palms Hotel and Spa at 3025 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33140, Underground Miami will also feature an exotic invasive species dinner by Signature Chef Julie Frans of Essensia Restaurant, Chef Todd Erickson of Haven and award-winning Miami Chef Kris Wessel of Florida Cookery. On the menu are Lion Fish, Wild Boar, Snake Head Fish, Python and more.

Another highlight of the evening will be a “Cow Chip Tossing Contest” between Miami Beach Mayoral Candidates. Jerry Libbin has issued a challenge to all Candidates to participate. There will also be a silent and live auction.

Ticket prices range $75 – $125. Early bird discounts available for $50 and $87.50 until April 16th. For tickets go to:

www.fertileearth.org/shop-events

ABOUT FERTILE EARTH FOUNDATION

FEF is a local 501(c)3 non-profit organization based in Miami, Florida. The organization’s mission is to bring abundance, health and self-sufficiency to our community and be at the forefront of the green movement by facilitating innovative technologies and ideas, which take into account people, planet and prosperity. The organization has spearheaded projects such as “Fertile Roots Miami,” a food composting project with the City of Miami and local restaurants; an earthworm farm in Homestead and currently has a food donation program for humans and animals in partnership with the Homestead CRA.

Visit www.fertileearth.org

Follow us on Facebook at: www.facebook.com/FertileEarthFoundation or Twitter: @Fertile_Earth_

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