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Re: community_garden digest, gardening on reservations

Luke, you might have some luck with contacting Native Seeds/SEARCH, which
works with reservations in conserving traditional crops, seeds, and farming
methods in the southwestern US. They also have a program focusing on
diabetes in the elder population. I don't think they work specifically with
community gardens, but perhaps could point you in the right direction. Their
contact info:

Native Seeds/SEARCH
526 N. 4th Avenue
Tucson, AZ 85705
(520) 622-5561

Good luck!

Ginger Ogilvie
Wasatch Community Gardens
Salt Lake City, UT

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