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RE: Re:community gardens in NJ/finding food/ag info


Camden has a substantial program, too.


-----Original Message-----
From:	community_garden-admin@mallorn.com
[mailto:community_garden-admin@mallorn.com] On Behalf Of Sally McCabe
Sent:	Tuesday, January 11, 2000 7:52 AM
To:	Marla Rhodes
Cc:	community_garden@mallorn.com
Subject:	Re: [cg] Re:community gardens in NJ/finding food/ag info

Newark has one of the largest concentrations of gardens of any of the
eastern cities, through Rutgers Extension and the Newark Concervancy.
Trenton has Isles, and there are smaller groups around the state. I'll send
contact info from the ACGA Office tomorrow.

There aren;t any states without community garden programs. WE ARE
EVERYWHERE.

 >I don't know of any community gardens in NJ, but a good place to look for
>NJ organizations that WOULD know is the website
http://northeastfood.tufts.edu
>This lists organizations and projects in the northeastern states doing work
>in agriculture, urban gardening, food security, hunger, etc. You can search
>by state, by activity, and by resource. There are several other resources
>there, as well as information to sign up to the northeast food email list
>serve.
>
>Hope this helps==
>Marla Rhodes
>Northeast Food System Partnership
>************
>
>>Message: 1
>>Date: Sat, 01 Jan 2000 21:03:44 -0400
>>From: Kirke Bent <pinest@openix.com>
>>Reply-To: pinest@openix.com
>>To: community_garden@mallorn.com
>>Subject: [cg] Community Gardens in New Jersey
>>
>>I am writing an article for New Jersey Outdoors on community garden.  In
>>addition to the Community Gardens at Frelinghuysen Arboretum (Morris
>>Township) and next to the Denville Public Library, are you aware of
>>other New Jersey community gardens?
>
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>Marla Rhodes
>mrhodes1@tufts.edu
>617-627-5442
>Northeast Food System Partnership
>
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>
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name
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>
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