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Mongolian reply

I thought I'd share with everyone my email from Maidar
Tsend, the person from Mongolia that Libby Goldstein
first told us about. It looks like Maidar might be
able to join our conference which would make it
slightly more than usual.

--- maidar tsend <maidart@hotmail.com> wrote:
> From: "maidar tsend" <maidart@hotmail.com>
> To: community_gardens@yahoo.com
> Subject: Re: greetings from Canada
> Date: Fri, 13 Aug 1999 01:19:45 PDT
> Dear Laura,
> It is so nice to hear that people sharing common
> ideas are in the world 
> around. I entered the Internet for the first time
> and received a letter from 
> you and then from several people, including
> California and others, as you 
> mentioned. This is truly supportive as I am living
> in a nomadic environment 
> and for now only foreign people working here
> understand the importance of 
> urban agriculture.
> We try hard, but need more to learn and see how the
> things are managed in 
> other cities. It was a big surprise for me to know
> that such a conference, 
> which was a dream of mine for many years, is held
> every year and going to 
> take place exactly in September. I hope the
> Conference will open up my eyes 
> on new opportunities and bring many more interesting
> ideas in settling 
> problems including those of  food security, the
> latter being quite acute 
> here.
> I am planning to arrive in Washington D.C. in
> mid-September and stay for 
> several days in Philadelphia before or after
> Conference. Thanks a lot for 
> the encouraging letter.
> Sincerely, Maidar
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Laura Berman
FoodShare Toronto
Toronto Community Garden Network
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