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Re: Questions about the Tom's of Maine grant

  • Subject: Re: [cg] Questions about the Tom's of Maine grant
  • From: Alliums <garlicgrower@earthlink.net>
  • Date: Thu, 12 Aug 2004 08:04:05 -0400

Lenny Librizzi wrote:

The good news is that the ACGA office will be accepting e-mailed applications until the deadline at the following e-mail address.


Yippee! With the harvest season in full swing, plus teaching court-appointed youth 4 times a week, this is going to help A LOT! Thanks so much!

- Supportive documents such as photos, press releases, clippings, citations, etc.

This is not so difficult with e-mail as some folks have suggested -- if you're supplying photos to news organizations or other contests, they usually want digital photos, so having a "library" of digital photos of your community garden, its produce and its people is a good idea for all of us. And almost all newspapers publish their articles on their website, so copying the article and its URL for your own archives pays off -- depending on the newspaper website, the URL is often valid even if you're supposed to pay for the content after 7 days or so.

I would have been happy with a fax number, but being able to whip everything together electronically over the weekend (unless the rains really do come and we get washed out tonight -- we had amazing thunder for 45 minutes yesterday, but no lightening and no rain, so the kids had to work anyway! ;-)) is going to make life so much easier.

Thanks to the subcommittee for putting all this together -- go out there and get us all more grants to apply for -- we all need cash! :-D


Dorene Pasekoff, Coordinator St. John's United Church of Christ Organic Community Garden

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