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Re: Garden Insurance in California


Sorry I growled at you. I'm just one grouchy voice in the chorus of angels 
that make up this listserve. If I inaccurately sensed laziness, impatience 
and an inablility to use the word please, well, that's me and not the others. 
 I'm no sweetheart.

We're here to help. But the most important help you can get is from the 
community around you. You have to be able to convince your neighbors to buy 
in to your dream You say that you" spent a precious 40 minutes of my life on 
your archives without success. Countless other hours researching other 
aspects of CG. So far, I am the only one willing to do so in my town." 
Soleil, some of us spend precious decades learning how to community garden, 
digging, building, learning. It takes patience, Keep trying with your local 
contacts. Sometimes things take time. Are you the only one in your town who 
is willing to research? Sometimes it gets lonely trying to do the right 
thing. The idea is to make sure that there are others who want to garden with 
you, create a community.

Jack Hale sent a real good insurance message out to you, but you'll have to 
follow up with your local organizations, insurance brokers and your 
neighbors. Unfortunately it can sometimes take months and years to make 
things happen. 

Good luck Soleil,


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