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monograph is on the website

  • Subject: [cg] monograph is on the website
  • From: Laura Berman <laura@foodshare.net>
  • Date: Tue, 24 Apr 2001 15:59:12 -0400

The monograph that Adam mentions, "National Community Garden Survey"
 published in June 1998 by Suzanne Monroe-Santos, is on the ACGA website
(Adam & Sally -Anne, you knew that!) . It is available for download at

I would also suggest that you look at "What Good Is Community Greening" also
available at the same url.

Laura Berman

> From: community_garden-admin@mallorn.com
> Reply-To: community_garden@mallorn.com
> Date: Mon, 23 Apr 2001 12:00:14 -0500
> To: community_garden@mallorn.com
> Subject: community_garden digest, Vol 1 #681 - 4 msgs
> B) This is from Lenny Librizzi, web, geographical and garden guru:
> The best statistics that I know of are available are from the ACGA monograph
> "National Community Garden Survey"
> published in June 1998. The research was done by Suzanne Monroe-Santos for
> her masters thesis at U.C. Davis. This
> was an update of a similar survey "Findings from the National Community
> Garden Survey" also published as a
> monograph by ACGA, in June 1992 by Andy Stone of TPL. Suzanne also wrote an
> article in the 1998 Community
> Greening Review, p.12 titled "Recent National Survey Shows Status of
> Community Gardens in the U.S."
> She found 6018 community gardens reported by 38 cities.
> Atlanta figures were not reported in either survey.
> I have lost contact with Suzanne but I guess her thesis would be on file at
> U.C. Davis. I have single copies of the
> monographs I mentioned in my office.
> You may want to check out:
> www.cmap.nypirg.org/cenyc/cenycmapsearch.asp?view=default
> for info about NYC gardens.
> Lenny Librizzi 

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