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Re: Re: community_garden digest, Vol 1 #551 - 5 msgs


We don't sell food at NYC's Clinton Community Garden (we're only a 100 x 150 
foot garden) but we do sell the honey we harvest from our bee hive at $6.00 a 
half pound jar.  The honey is for sale to garden key holders ( we have 2000 
of them) the proceeds go to garden projects. Honestly, we make more money off 
of t-shirts, baseball hats, tote bags and the like which we sell at the 9th 
Avenue Food festival and the like.   We do usually keep several jarsof honey  
aside for thank-you presentation gifts to electeds, governmental appointees, 
like the parks commissioner and visiting firemen on ceremonial occasions like 
TPL's  Lordahl.  

As our 108 queen-sized mattress size individual plots are so small, even with 
Jeavons style raised beds, nobody thinks of selling stuff - it's mostly 
kitchen garden/cutting garden stuff. 

community_garden maillist  -  community_garden@mallorn.com

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