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share your wares at the ACGA annual conference

  • Subject: [cg] share your wares at the ACGA annual conference
  • From: "Anna Wasescha" <ariel@tc.umn.edu>
  • Date: Tue, 14 Aug 2001 18:23:10 -0500

The ACGA annual conference is THE place to learn everything you need to know
about community gardening from colleagues all around the continent.  One of
the really great features of the conference is the resource/poster session
room.  You get to see displays of all different kinds of community gardening
programs.  The resource room is also your once-a-year chance to buy and sell
small press books, garden gizmos and other homegrown products.

ACGA wants to encourage a "Community Gardeners' Market" at the annual
conference because so much of what we have to share is produced locally and
on a small scale and hence unavailable in the mass market worlds of
Amazon.com and Home Depot.   You've got to come to an American Community
Gardening Association meeting to find out that something out there exists
which will vastly improve the daily operations of your garden back home.

To encourage this cross-hybridization of goods, and to stay within the good
graces of the law, we have to be mindful of state regulations regarding
sales tax.  If you are planning to bring something to sell, such as a manual
or a garden tool or a hand-made ceramic tile featuring tulips crossing
carrots, you can do so tax free as long as you are a 501(c)3 organization
and have filed the correct form with the State of Utah.  This form must be
filed two weeks prior to the conference.  Forms are available upon request
from Anna Wasescha at 651.646.8733 or ariel@umn.edu

Don't forget, the American Community Gardening Association 22nd Annual
Conference is September 7-9, 2001 in Salt Lake City, Utah.  Complete
information about the conference is available on our website:
wwww.communitygarden.org.


Anna Wasescha
Farm in the City and ACGA list manager/board member
1312 Dayton Avenue
St. Paul, Minnesota  55104-6440
651.646.8733 (phone)
651.646.0034 (fax)
ariel@tc.umn.edu


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