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NYC community garden research

  • Subject: [cg] NYC community garden research
  • From: "Brian Kehoe" brkehoe@hotmail.com
  • Date: Sat, 14 Dec 2002 12:38:47 -0500

I introduced myself to this listserv about a month ago. 
I am a Master's in Planning student at SUNY Buffalo and have begun work on a thesis about community gardens. 
I will be in NYC researching community gardens from Jan 7th - 11th.
Could I ask for the assistance of some NYC gardeners?  Would any knowledgeable people be interested in talking with me?
I have reviewed the topical literature and understand some of the pertinent issues.
My thesis topic is not yet tightly defined but I hope to explore the nexus of community gardens and land use and land value.
My hunch is that NYC could provide a sufficient "database" to answer whatever questions my thesis poses.
I would appreciate any and all help with my research. 
I believe my work will provide useful information for community gardeners and planners.  
Brian Kehoe

Brian Kehoe
Masters in Urban Planning
University of Buffalo

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