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CGs in Texas

Hello Brenda in Texas, this is Brenda in Ottawa,

i was in touch with a Don Lambert from Texas, who is involved with community gardens in that state.  His email is grower@flash.net 

best of luck!

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Today's Topics:

  1. RE: Texas (Honigman, Adam)
  2. cgs in texas (david peterson)
  3. insurance (Bill Maynard)
  4. RE: evergreen that sheds its needles (Sadler, Sally-Anne)


Message: 1
From: "Honigman, Adam" <Adam.Honigman@Bowne.com>
To: "'Brenda and Kirk Gaton'" <bkg@brazosnet.com>,
Subject: RE: [cg] Texas
Date: Sat, 2 Dec 2000 13:47:59 -0500

Brenda & Kirk:

I'm doing some Saturday editing because I'll be out of the office next week
& I got your email. Please check out these websites. Texas CG's should be
listed as links in the first two. The third link, the archives of this
listserve has a wealth of CG information on how to do & not do  Community
Gardening: a regular mixed bag. 

Happy gardening,


This is the website of the American Community Gardening Association:


The Urban Community Gardens Website:


The American Community Gardening Assiciations Master Gardener's Listserve:


> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Brenda and Kirk Gaton [SMTP:bkg@brazosnet.com] 
> Sent:	Saturday, December 02, 2000 12:43 PM
> To:	community_garden@mallorn.com 
> Subject:	[cg] Texas
> Hello,
> I've recently gained interest in the concept of community gardening after
> reading a magazine article.  I'm wondering if there are any community
> gardens in the state of Texas.
> Thank you,
> Brenda  


Message: 2
From: "david peterson" <dayvidpeterson@hotmail.com>
To: community_garden@mallorn.com 
Date: Sun, 03 Dec 2000 00:06:56
Subject: [cg] cgs in texas

    According to a texas tech student's dissertation, a group called Lubbock 
Green has helped start 31 gardens in Lubbock. They would probably have info 
on other Texas Cities. A friend of mine told me that there is one here in 
Austin, but I'm not sure if his idea of a community garden and mine are the 
same. If you find anything exciting, let me know. I'm trying to do research 
on cgs in NYCity, but am definitely interested in one's closer to home, too. 
Good Luck.
                   -David Peterson
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Message: 3
Date: Sat, 02 Dec 2000 22:32:01 -0800
From: Bill Maynard <maddog@ulink.net>
To: community_garden@mallorn.com 
Subject: [cg] insurance

we want to start a community garden.  we are just neighbors and not an
organization or non-profit.  We have found a parcel of land owned by a
utility company which requires 1 million dollar policy listing them as
the benefactor.  Where do we get this insurance and how much should it
cost us?  3-4 acres in sacramento, california.  H-E-L-P

thank you


Message: 4
From: "Sadler, Sally-Anne" <Sally-Anne.Sadler@METROKC.GOV>
To: "'community_garden-admin@mallorn.com '"
"'community_garden@mallorn.com '"
Date: Sat, 2 Dec 2000 22:58:57 -0800
Subject: [cg] RE: evergreen that sheds its needles

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also could be a Dawn Redwood.  A lovely tree, with fine needles, thought to
be extinct until the 40's.  Once upon a time a naitive to the Northwest and
now used as an ornamental.

You could also bring in a sample to a Master Gardener.  Call extension to
get info.

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