history of cging
You left out City Farmer ! <http://www.cityfarmer.org/>
There's bound to be something helpful for Kristin on Mike's site--that is
in addition to gettting "Tales from the Field".
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> From: "Kristin Faurest" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Date: Tue, 20 Feb 2001 18:17:10
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> Subject: [cg] history
> Hello, again! I'm finally starting to get down to work on my thesis about
> community gardens...where on the web can I find a good history of the
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> From: "Honigman, Adam" <Adam.Honigman@Bowne.com>
> Date: Tue, 20 Feb 2001 14:43:24 -0500
> To: "'Kristin Faurest'" <firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com
> Subject: RE: [cg] history
> In Hungary or not, there are serious karmic consequences to taking our words
> of wisdom without joining the American Community Gardening Association
> C'mon, it's only $25 US ( the price of chinese takeout for two in NYC with a
> couple of beers) and you don't get these nightmares about Jack Nicholson
> chasing you with a shovel.;)))
> Here goes nothin'
> 1) Jane Weissman's oral histories ( "Tales from the Field") are
> indispensible NYC source material. Contact Green Thumb or Jane Weissman
> about them.
> 2) You will make pilgrimages to the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society in
> Philadelphia, the Green Thumb & the Green Guerilla's archives in NYC as well
> as contact every sitting and past board member of the ACGA for both oral
> reminiscences and leads to messy file cabinets all over the US. You will
> make a formal request to do research the archives of the Trust for Public
> Land from California ( San Francisco to the New York Island.)
> 3) You will find the links to European Community Gardening organizations in
> the archives of this listserve and contact all those nice community garden
> organizations, allotment garden and recreational types.
> Always a friend to the community of scholars, why don't you go into the
> American Community Garden website, The Canadian City Gardening website and
> the archives of this listserve and play click and print on all the leads you
> think will work for you?
> 4) If you have access to a high speed internet connection, why don't you ask
> it questions, phrasing it differently each time on a search engine of your
> choice ( I like Netscape.) It's amazing what the box coughs out.
> 5) For style , seriousness and documentation, Prof. Jane E. Schukose's
> article, "Community Development Through Gardening: State and Local Policies
> Transforming Urban Public Space" (NYU Journal of Legislation and Public
> Policy - Vol. 3 #2 1999-2000) is an exemplar. Agreed, it reads like a law
> journal article, but hell, why not do it right? You might even have a
> publishable book to show for it at the end of the process!
> Wax on comrade!
> Best wishes,
> Adam Honigman
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Kristin Faurest [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
>> Sent: Tuesday, February 20, 2001 1:17 PM
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>> Subject: [cg] history
>> Hello, again! I'm finally starting to get down to work on my thesis about
>> community gardens...where on the web can I find a good history of the
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