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What makes an effective regional CG website?

  • Subject: [cg] What makes an effective regional CG website?
  • From: ben@windowbox.com (Ben Swett)
  • Date: Fri, 24 Aug 2001 09:43:03 -0700
  • Importance: Normal

The Los Angeles Community Garden Council has a budget and skilled volunteers
cued up to produce a straightforward website.  We need advice!

1.  What features are most useful for gardeners and local garden

2.  What features are most effective at presenting community gardening and
the community gardening point-of-view to the general public and the press?

3.  What features are over-rated or not really helpful?  (please respond
directly if your opinion might hurt the feelings of a list member)

4.  What websites, especially for regional organizations, have good examples
of #s 1, 2 & 3 above?

Please let us know what's important.  Your knowledge will help us do a good
job.  Thanks!

Ben Swett
Los Angeles Community Garden Council

817 San Julian - 4th Floor
Los Angeles, CA  90014
ph 213-622-1999
fx 213-622-4544

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