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Re:emeryville leads from HaywardcommunityGardens

> Dear Greenman:

Emeryville Community Organic Garden
59th Street@Doyle
write direct for more info

> Message: 5
> Date: Thu, 15 Feb 2001 16:12:06 -0800
> From: David King <greenman@ucla.edu>
> Organization: A Rather Smallish Part of UCLA
> To: Community Garden List <community_garden@mallorn.com>
> Subject: [cg] Emeryville, CA
> Hi...  I have been to the ACGA site and I don't see that their site's
> database is working.  I have been offered the chance to live in this
> part of California and if I do it, I will need a community garden - and
> the availablility of such a garden will weigh heavily in my decision.
> Do any of you know of availability of a community garden in Emeryville
> and who I would contact to find out about availiblility etc?
> I appreciate any and all effort on my behalf...
> David King

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