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Re: New Urban Garden Program

  • Subject: Re: [cg] New Urban Garden Program
  • From: Adam36055@aol.com
  • Date: Fri, 14 Apr 2006 07:18:06 EDT

Here's the link to the Baltimore City office of the Maryland State  
From the website: 
" Urban Horticulture (410)856-1857  
Creates a healthy environment by promoting urban greening  and 
environmentally friendly horticultural practices. The Community Gardening  segment provides 
technical and material assistance and support to groups of city  residents who 
want to reclaim vacant lots and turn them into productive garden  space. 
Extension Master Gardener volunteers serve as an extension of the  educator and 
work with community gardeners and share information with  neighborhood, civic, 
and faith organizations"
To get the best response: After the initial phone call, when dealing with a  
state agency, it's always good to have a paper trail. .
 All state agencies need back up documentation at budgeting time, you  
understand that from  your job - be unstinting in following up with a  mailed copy 
in via surface mail and as an attachment to the  e-mail. You get the help that 
you need - you'll  become part of the  agency's "success file."  Always look 
for  the reciprocal "win-win,'  in your relationships with agencies and 
Adam Honigman
Hell's Kitchen, NYC

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