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Gardening in Queens NYC


Stephanie:

Welcome to NYC. 

Please contact Andy Stone, regional director of  the Trust for Public Land at 
212-677-7171. The Trust for Public Land in conjunction with Bette Middler's 
group saved 113 comunity gardens last year. He would know the locations, 
contact telephone numbers and could make introductions to Queens gardeners 
for you. Please tell him that Adam Honigman from the Clinton Community Garden 
in Manhattan  asked you to call. 

You should also contact Green Guerillas at (212) 674-8124 for further leads.

Community gardening in NYC is a trip largely because of real estate pressures 
and our beloved Mayor Rudolph Giuliani who believes that ' community gardens 
are the last vestiges of communism."

Happy gardening and good luck!

Adam Honigman

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