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community gardening handbook

  • Subject: [cg] community gardening handbook
  • From: "Dawson, Teva L." TLDawson@dmgov.org
  • Date: Mon, 4 Aug 2003 15:21:49 -0500
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  • Thread-topic: community gardening handbook

Hi Everyone - 

We are working on putting together a community gardening handbook and would like to know if anyone who has previously gone through this process could send us the table of contents for their handbook or even the handbook itself. If there is a small fee (under $20) for obtaining the handbook, we would be willing to pay for it. We would appreciate any ideas that you might be able to share with us.

Thank you!


Teva Dawson 
Community Garden Coordinator 
Des Moines Botanical Center 
909 East River Drive 
Des Moines, IA  50316 
Phone:  515/323-8907 
Fax:  515/323-8999 

Des Moines Community Gardening Coalition is a program of the Des Moines Parks Department, that supports grass-roots community greening projects by working with community-based organizations such as schools, low-income housing providers and neighborhood associations giving them the training and resources necessary to build sustainable community greening projects that educate people, beautify communities, increase food security, improve nutritional health, and build relationships among people.


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