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RE: Re: City support for Community Gardens.


Now the hard part begins. Contact the American Community Gardening
Association (" ACGA")  and the Trust for Public Land ( "TPL") for
information on organizing and governance in a volunteer gardening project.
Be sure that the folks who are working with you understand that this land
that they will be gardening is a public trust and should be worked with the
idea that what they are doing is to be of benefit to the local community as
well as to themselves.

Community gardening in a city is 50% gardening and 100% political. Be sure
you get people on both sides of the aisle to understand what you're doing
and work to create a constituancy that will survive a change in

Best wishes from NYC!

Adam Honigman 

> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Great Plains Earth Institute [SMTP:gpei@southwind.net]
> Sent:	Friday, January 04, 1980 1:13 PM
> To:	TKFFdn@aol.com; bbema@pei.sympatico.ca; jimf@garden.org;
> cab0403@ksu.edu; community_garden@mallorn.com; KerrT@missouri.edu;
> dake@idt.net; PPPCGP1@aol.com
> Subject:	[cg] Re: City support for Community Gardens.
> Dear fellow gardeners,
> A couple of weeks ago, I sent an e-mail to you asking for information on
> ways that your City supports Community Gardening efforts.  At that time I
> was preparing for a meeting with our Mayor and the City Manager.  I wanted
> to drop a short note to let you know how our meeting went.  
> First of all, they were very interested in Community Gardening efforts in
> Wichita and interested in helping.  For now, I will be working with the
> assistant to the City Manager.  She is going to arrange to make a City
> dump truck available so we can take compost to each of the garden sites.
> They will also make wood chips available to gardeners.  They are going to
> provide an updated list of vacant lots which could be used for community
> gardens.  They are going to help with publicity through city publications,
> newsletters, and the Mayor is going to set a proclamation that March is
> the Community Garden month.  The City Managers office is also going to
> assign a liaison to stay informed with community gardening efforts in the
> City.  It will be sooo nice to have a contact person in the City Managers
> office.  
> This is a start.  I hope to stay in touch with the Mayor and City Managers
> office and will provide them with additional ways that they can offer
> support.  
> I want to thank each of you for taking the time to send me information on
> ways that your City is helping.  
> Happy gardening.  
> Marie :-)

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