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Re: Bee hive

  • Subject: [cg] Re: Bee hive
  • From: Adam36055@aol.com
  • Date: Thu, 10 Feb 2005 21:24:31 EST

Subj: Bee hive 
 Date: 2/10/05 9:55:56 PM Mid-Atlantic Standard Time
 From: Jamaicabay
 To: Adam36055

Wow!!! you have a hive, right here on the west side!!  Amazing....
I'll have to visit.   
Do schools get involved with your gardens?  Or are they too busy taking 
tests?  Sigh.
Regina McCarthy

Dear Regina, 

The Clinton Community Garden is surrounded by parochial and public 
elementary, middle and high schools - and all use  the Clinton Community Garden for 
nature trips, releasing butterflies they have raised in their classrooms, drawing 
and photography classes, yoga, or as family members of our 5,000 keyholding 
families - doing homework, learning to garden as pre-schoolers in our 
"Children's Bed," or growing up to become garden key holders, volunteers, and full plot 
holding gardeners. 

Our community garden is designed for full use by our community - otherwise it 
would be hard to justify our existance on a third of an acre in the middle of 
Manhattan - it' ain't enough being green - a community garden needs to have 
an ethos of service to community in order to compete with equally valid land 
uses within a city. 

Adam Honigman

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