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New Community Garden Book - "Patchwork"

  • Subject: [cg] New Community Garden Book - "Patchwork"
  • From: "Jim Flint" jimf@burlingtongardens.org
  • Date: Fri, 22 Apr 2005 09:45:02 -0400

April 22, 2005

ACGA members and colleagues,

On this 35th anniversary of Earth Day, Friends of Burlington Gardens announces
the release of a new book, "Patchwork: stories of gardens and community."

Patchwork includes vignettes shared by Burlington community gardeners from a
diversity of cultural backgrounds. The first person stories are accompanied by
photographs of the gardeners in their community plots, "Editor's Journal"
entries with useful gardening links, and a resource guide for starting and
sustaining a community or neighborhood garden.

Additional information and reviewers' quotes are listed at

To order a copy of Patchwork, stories of gardens and community, please use the
order form at the web link above, or send a check/money order for $9.95 plus
$3.00 for postage and handling to:  Friends of Burlington Gardens, 33 Tracy
Drive, Burlington, VT  05401.

If ordering more than one copy of Patchwork, please download the order form on
the web page link above. Quantity discounts are available for orders of 10
books or more from gardening organizations, schools, libraries, nonprofits, or

Proceeds from Patchwork help to support community and neighborhood gardening
and garden-based education.

Happy Earth Day to all

Jim Flint, Executive Director
Friends of Burlington Gardens
33 Tracy Drive
Burlington, VT  05401

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