RE: community gardening
1) This is the website of the American Community Gardening Association.
Click and read all of the links here and take notes: there is a wealth of
community gardening material here that we all learn from. The ACGA is a
great organization. Once you're on your feet as a garden, you should
consider joining as either a garden or individuals.
2) Here are the archives of the ACGA list serve. There are many submissions
here answering questions like yours:
3) The University of New Mexico has a community garden in Harwood but
unfortunately it's link on the ACGA web is not working.
4) Here are some Vegetarian Times articles from 1995-1996 on setting up
organic gardening practices:
5) I write very quickly and frequently make typos. Whenever possible, I try
to read over my submissions for sense, grammar, and punctuation. As you're
only going to have one shot at making a first impression to your local NM
officials, may I suggest that you carefully read over your proposal and
have others do so as well?
Good luck, let us know how you're doing with this project,
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Shane Humphrey [SMTP:HumphreyS@sjc.cc.nm.us]
> Sent: Monday, February 12, 2001 6:15 PM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: [cg] community gardening
> i am currently writing a propsal to the city of Farmington,NM, fora
> community garden, i would appreciate any input
> community_garden maillist - email@example.com
community_garden maillist - firstname.lastname@example.org