Re: Community Gardens Policy (City of Milwaukee (WI) Community Garden Model Policy Consideration)
- Subject: Re: [cg] Community Gardens Policy (City of Milwaukee (WI) Community Garden Model Policy Consideration)
- From: Lenny Librizzi firstname.lastname@example.org
- Date: Tue, 18 Feb 2003 10:08:24 -0500
Hopefully you have looked over the National Community Garden Survey 1996, ACGA Monograph by Suzanne Monroe-
Santos which should answer some of your questions. Note that the survey is from 1996, the latest available. Perhaps a
good masters or doctoral project would be to update this survey.
Also, in 1999, I compiled whatever policies were in place at that time. There have been other policies developed since.
They are not included here:
Comprehensive Plans, Zoning Regulations, Open Space Policies and Goals Concerning Community Gardens and Open
Green Space from the Cities of Seattle, Berkeley, Boston, and Chicago- Information compiled by ACGA Member Lenny
Librizzi for the GreenThumb Grow Together Workshop "Lessons From Community Gardening Programs In Other Cities"
given March 20, 1999.
New York's current policy is through the legal settlement reached between the city and the NYS Attorney General.
Here is a copy of the agreement from the AG's website:
There is still pending legislation in the NYC City Council that would create a policy to move forward, protecting existing
community gardens and setting up a procedure for new gardens.
Good luck on your research. Please post your results to this list.
2/17/03 7:34:53 PM, Diana Kanter <email@example.com> wrote:
>My name is Diana Kanter. I'm new to the group, but
>found a great thread from 1999 regarding policies
>other cities have implemented to protect community
>gardens. I would like to revive that conversation.
>Milwaukee Urban Gardens, a local land trust, has
>requested help from the University of
>Wisconsin-Milwaukee Urban Planning Department students
>to investigate policies that other cities have
>implemented to protect and conserve community gardens.
> Any policies you know of can greatly help our cause.
>Another issue I would like to find information on is
>how economic conditions such as the ones that we are
>facing today affect policies that seek to protect and
>conserve community garden.
>Finally, any feedback on from groups in Milwaukee who
>have tried to create community gardens is more than
>welcome. We are looking for input, so we may
>hopefully make the process better.
>Thank you for your indulgance in this topic and thanks
>in advance for all your help!
>Urban PlanningStudent, University of WI-Milwaukee
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