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Publisher of "A Place To Grow"

I just realized I have this on my shelf.  It's a great book, with lots of
narrative from gardeners who have benefited from involvement in a community
garden. David and Lynn presented a compelling piece based on this book at
the 1999 ACGA conference.  

Hassler, David and Gregor, Lynn and Snyder, Don.  A Place to Grow: Voices
and Images of Urban Gardeners." Pilgrim Press; Cleveland, Ohio.  1998.
Go to  pilgrim@ucc.org for ordering info.

Paul VR

At 12:00 PM 3/30/2001 -0600, you wrote:
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>  3. environmental conference in cuba (Sally McCabe)
>  4. RE: (no subject) (Honigman, Adam)
>  5. Community Development through Gardening:State and Local Policies
> Transforming Urban Public Space" (Laura Berman)
>Message: 1
>From: "lisa vandyke" <vandykelisa@hotmail.com>
>To: community_garden@mallorn.com
>Date: Thu, 29 Mar 2001 18:16:23 -0600
>Subject: [cg] partnerships and land ownership
>hello, just found out about this org. Been a comm. garden manager for 20 
>years. Looking for info about partnerships between urban community gardens 
>or green spaces and public gardens or arboreta.
>Also interested in any thoughts folks have about land ownership solutions 
>for comm. gardens in urban areas. Landtrusting got so complex and seemed to 
>require more of a commitment than most folks want to give... Thanks, and you 
>will get my membership soon.
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>Message: 2
>Date: Fri, 30 Mar 2001 21:59:28 +0530
>From: "S.Gupta" <sgupta@baehal.com>
>To: community_garden@mallorn.com
>Subject: [cg] (no subject)
>Could you give information regarding types of garden to my
>Vasanth Kumar
>Message: 3
>Date: Thu, 29 Mar 2001 17:57:19 -0400
>To: laura@foodshare.net, hhickman@garfieldpark.org, ariel@tc.umn.edu,
>txelphil@aol.com, KerrT@Missouri.edu, sboye@city.toronto.on.ca,
>jconrad@azstarnet.com, ggoosman@aol.com, betsyjohnson@mindspring.com,
>ellenkirby@bbg.org, Benhlong@aol.com, plantlot@rcn.com,
>sallymcc@libertynet.org, smccabe@pennhort.org, CPhy1444@aol.com,
>m-bjornson@nwu.edu, sally-anne.sadler@metrokc.gov, thuxley@bpcparks.org,
>jackh@knoxparks.org, ttyler@vt.edu, uge1121e@uga.cc.uga.edu,
>cdwade@facstaff.wisc.edu, ftruacga@bellsouth.net, jcarter@pennhort.org,
>doronac@umich.edu, acg@austin.rr.com, mfarrior@biodiverse.org,
>From: "Sally McCabe" <smccabe@pennhort.org> (by way of Sally McCabe)
>Subject: [cg] environmental conference in cuba
>       -----Original Message-----From: Pam Montanaro
>[mailto:pam@globalexchange.org] Sent: Friday, March 23, 2001 6:39  PMTo:
>smccabe@pennhort.orgSubject: environmental  conference in cubaMarch
>2001Dear Colleague,We are inviting a representative of your  organization
>to participate in a U.S. delegation to attend:The Third  International
>Convention on Environment and Development"SUSTAINABLE  DEVELOPMENT: Fact or
>Dream, Ten Years After the Rio  Summit"Havana, CubaJune 17 - 24,  2001Major
>topics to be addressed include:o     Environmental Educationo   
> Environmental  Management for Sustainable Developmento     Environmental
>Law  and Policyo     Economy and Environmento     Biological Diversity and
>Protected Areaso     Energy and Sustainable Developmento     Environmental
>Health IssuesYou can obtain more  detailed information on the agenda for
>this conference by accessing the  conference web site:
>      http://www.cubaciencia.cu/hosting/3ra_conv/index.htmWHY  ATTEND THIS
> CONFERENCE:o  Cuba has been selected for  special recognition by the
>United Nations Environmental Program (UNEP) this year  because of the
>extraordinary progress it has made during the last decade in  creating
>model programs in sustainable development.  o  The  conference is a unique
>opportunity to gain an understanding of Cuba's  environmental policies and
>programs; the significance of the Cuban model to  other countries of the
>developing world; and how professionals from the  developed world can work
>together with their Cuban counterparts to promote  sustainability world
>wide.HOW TO GET THEREIn an effort to  facilitate your participation in this
>conference, we are organizing a special  U.S. delegation that will meet in
>Cancun, Mexico on Sunday, June  17 for the flight to Havana. The one- week
>program will include the conference  itself; additional meetings with Cuban
>specialists involved in projects in  organic agriculture, natural and
>traditional medicine, and renewable energy; and  a visit to one of Cuba's
>four internationally recognized Bio Reserves.   The program will conclude
>on Sunday afternoon, June 24.Travel  arrangements will be made by Global
>Exchange, a licensed Cuba travel service  provider with twelve years
>experience organizing educational Cuba tours.   As professionals and/or
>participants on an educational trip, you will be  fully licensed to
>participate in this delegation.The cost of the  delegation will be $1300.
> This includes round-trip airfare from Cancun to  Havana; three meals per
>day; accommodation at an ocean front, four star hotel;  full program with
>translators and tour guides; all in-country transportation;  and attention
>to delegates' individual professional requests. The  conference fee of $250
>will be paid by participants in cash upon arrival at the  conference.
>Participants will also cover the cost of their roundtrip airfare to
>Cancun.WHO WE AREWe have been involved in sustainable  development projects
>in Cuba for many years, each in our respective fields and  through our
>respective organizations.  We have been continually impressed,  as have
>participants on the many previous delegations, with Cuba's unique  and ever
>broadening approach to meeting its food, medicine and energy needs in  an
>integrated and sustainable way.  FUTURE   PROJECTSIn addition to the
>conference delegation, we invite  you to become involved in future
>interchange with our Cuban ecological  counterparts.  We are working on a
>pilot project for a U.S.-based  organization which will interact more
>extensively with Cuba's large  community of specialists who are developing
>Cuban policies, strategies and  projects in sustainable development.  The
>possibility exists for long term  U.S.- Cuba exchanges of great depth and
>breadth.  We welcome you to join us  in this effort.Sincerely,Martin
>Bourque, Ecology Center,  Berkeley, CA  Dr. Michele Frank, M.D.  Laurie
>Stone, Engineer,  Solar Energy International  Pam Montanaro and Caryn
>Mandelbaum, Cuba  Program Coordinators, Global Exchange U.S. Mailing
>Address:Cuba  Environmental Conference/Pamc/o Global Exchange2017 Mission
>Street,  Suite #303San Francisco, CA  94708Phone 415-255-7296, ext  231To
>learn more about the conference and this exciting new  project, please
>"reply" by typing an "X"  beside one or  both of the categories on the form
>below, along with your name and contact  information and reply to:
>____________________________   Yes I am interested in participating in the
>delegation.  Please send  me additional information and the application
>form.___  Yes I am  interested in learning about future opportunities to
>engage in interchange with  Cuban environmental specialists in the areas of
>health, agriculture, energy as  well as general environmental projects.
> Please add me to your mailing  list.Full Name:    Profession/
>Organization:     Street Address:    City. State, and Zip  Code:
>   Telephone Number(s):    Email  Address:
>Message: 4
>From: "Honigman, Adam" <Adam.Honigman@Bowne.com>
>To: "'S.Gupta'" <sgupta@baehal.com>, community_garden@mallorn.com
>Subject: RE: [cg] (no subject)
>Date: Fri, 30 Mar 2001 11:48:34 -0500
>Could you be a trifle more specific? We could start with the Garden of Eden
>and end up with  Covent or Madison Square Gardens.
>Best wishes,
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From:	S.Gupta [SMTP:sgupta@baehal.com]
>> Sent:	Friday, March 30, 2001 11:29 AM
>> To:	community_garden@mallorn.com
>> Subject:	[cg] (no subject)
>> Hi,
>> Could you give information regarding types of garden to my
>> vasanth_k@yahoo.com
>> Cheers,
>> Vasanth Kumar
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>Message: 5
>Date: Fri, 30 Mar 2001 12:42:10 -0500
>From: Laura Berman <laura@foodshare.net>
>To: <community_garden@mallorn.com>, <dayvid@mail.utexas.edu>
>Subject: [cg] Community Development through Gardening:State and Local
>Transforming Urban Public Space"
>Hi All,
>I was intrigued by David's request and Adam's recent mention of "Community
>Development through Gardening:State and Local Policies Transforming Urban
>Public Space" by Shukose, Jane E. so I followed up and got this back from
>the U of Baltimore Law library:
>"Prof. Schukoske's article can be found online, at the New York
>University Journal of Legislation and Public Policy's website:
>It's the 3rd article from the top.  You do need to have Adobe Acrobat
>reader in order to read the article, however, because it is in PDF format."
>I'll put the link on the ACGA website for future use (Adam take note)
>Laura Berman
>FoodShare Toronto
>T:(416) 392-1668
>F: (416) 392-6650
>E: laura@foodshare.net
>W: www.foodshare.net
>From: community_garden-admin@mallorn.com
>Reply-To: community_garden@mallorn.com
>Date: Wed, 28 Mar 2001 12:00:12 -0600
>To: community_garden@mallorn.com
>Subject: community_garden digest, Vol 1 #651 - 7 msgs
>From: dayvid@mail.utexas.edu
>Date: Wed, 28 Mar 2001 02:00:40 -0600 (CST)
>To: community_garden@mallorn.com
>Subject: [cg] Community garden readings
>      Hi all. I am trying to get hold of the following readings from deep in
>the heart of Texas. My university library doesn't have any of these things,
>they would be really helpful to a research project that I am trying to get
>         Shukose, Jane E. "Community Development through Gardening:State and
>Local Policies Transforming Urban Public Space"
>         Hassler, David and Gregor, Lynn and Snyder, Don "A Place to Grow:
>Voices and Images of Urban Gardeners."
>         Haynes, H. Patricia. "A Patch of Eden."
>         Wright, Lily. "A Labor of Love, Not just a Garden."
>         "A Project of Design Trust for Public Space: Achieving Balance;
>Housing and Open Space in Bronx CD3"
>         Any info on the presses that have put these things out or as to
>I could mail-order or download any of this stuff would be great. Thanks for
>your time. -David Peterson (Austin, Texas)
>community_garden maillist  -  community_garden@mallorn.com
>End of community_garden Digest

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