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>Date: Fri, 10 Dec 1999 16:10:06 PST
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>I am a student/intern working with an environmental agency in Ventura,
>California. At this time, I am preparing to organize and plan a community
>garden in my area. from viewing the American Community Gardening
>Association's website, it seems that you may have information that could be
>valuable in my efforts. It would be greatly appreciated if any guidance,
>information, or assistance could be sent. Our area is very new to this, and
>I am starting from scratch.
>Thank you for your time,
>Jessica Frost
>436 Poli Street
>Ventura, Ca. 93001
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