com gardens in park n rec publications
- Subject: [cg] com gardens in park n rec publications
- From: Bill Maynard bMaynard@WoodRodgers.com
- Date: Tue, 13 Aug 2002 13:50:28 -0700
As i found out at the conference, there are a few park and recreation
departments (ie Indiana) that list community gardens in their seasonal
recreational publications or class offering schedules. I am trying to
round up as many of these as possilbe...past or present...
if you have any please contact me....
i have also contacted the "parks and recreation magazine" (a magazine that
the city P&R departments and commissioners get) to do a series of articles
on community gardens and how they fit into their programs. i will keep you
post on this.
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