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To whom it may concern,
We are two architectural students, from the Lund institution of technology-Sweden, that will we'll be making the fieldstudies for our thesis (concerning urban planning) this autumn.  
Of special interest for us is the comparison inbetween the local and the urban structure and peoples social network and interaction with eachother /architectural space in the growing cities of today.  
Hearing about the community gardening movement and this use of public spaces, made us very excited!  
Our intention,with no dates set at the moment, is to go to New York in the middle of october.  
Would it be possible to participate in one of your projects there? and whom could we contact to get further information?  
(Just recently we've read about a group called the green guerillas,which we also would be very grateful to know how to get in touch with.)
Looking forward to hear from you, 
best regards,
Cecilia Carlsson                                                    , Annika Markstedt 
+46-470-82 888 
Briggv. 14 
352 55 Växjö, Sweden

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