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Re: CG's in Central NJ?

  • Subject: Re: [cg] CG's in Central NJ?
  • From: Adam36055@aol.com
  • Date: Wed, 16 Apr 2003 16:23:29 EDT


1) This outit is run by a Princeton alum and has a community garden part of 
its program: 

Isles Inc. 
Community Gardens and Urban Development - Trenton (North Ward), NJ 

Isles is a non-profit community development organization in Trenton begun by 
Princeton alum Marty Johnson '81. The organization attempts to make its 
clients as self-sufficient as possible. Some of the areas that Isles is 
involved in are environmental education, urban gardening, housing, and 
vocational education.

The Isles group will cultivate and clean up community gardens in Trenton and 
possibly assist in doing housing surveys or translating materials. The Isles 
group members work outdoors and usually get a little dirty, but community 
residents get down and dirty right beside them.

2) This is an answer to a NJ query that I sent out earlier this month:

We don't have any web listings on the ACGA website for New Jersey gardens, 
but that may be because no volunteer at these gardens ever set up a website 
for them.   <A HREF="http://www.communitygarden.org/";>American Community 
Gardening Association</A> 

However, if memory serves me...

1) You might try a project called Denville Community Gardens, a row of garden 
plots on Diamond Spring Road. If I'm not mistaken, they're right near the 
Public Library? It's my understanding that folks who don't have enough 
property to have their plants or flowers or pumpkins and tomato plants will 
plant them there.  The deal is that  gardeners must commit at least four 
hours per week to keep their plantings neatly maintained during the growing 

2) Montville Township's Community Park on Changebridge Road has  120 acres 
include trails, six sports fields-four of which are lit-community gardens for 
gardening/farming space for residents, and an outdoor amphitheater for Summer 
concerts and performances. 

3) I'm not sure if this is the same as the above, but the Morris Park 
Commission's Community Gardens have plots for rent -  near the Frelinghuysen 
Arboretum  http://parks.morris.nj.us/parks/frelarbmain.htm

Great luck,

Adam Honigman, 
Volunteer,  <A HREF="http://www.clintoncommunitygarden.org/";>Clinton 
Community Garden</A> , NYC


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