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RE: RFP details


Friends:

It would be far better to spend this money on creating new gardens!
Sociological hustles like this, no matter how well intentioned, are
wasteful. Better to be clearing rubble, composting, planting and gardening!

Best regards,

Adam

> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Gwenne Hayes-Stewart [SMTP:gstewart@ridgway.mobot.org]
> Sent:	Friday, January 14, 2000 12:13 PM
> To:	community_garden@mallorn.com
> Subject:	[cg] RFP details
> 
>  I have been asked to summarize the RFP on community garden study for 
> the list serve.  Gateway Greening, a St. Louis non-profit community 
> gardening org, has received a multi-year commitment to fund a study to 
> determine the effects of community gardens on their immediate 
> neighborhoods.  Expected results are: 
> Creation of a dynamic eval tool with outcome based measurements for 
> both long term and short term measurable goals
> A tool to use on a continuous basis to assess programming and garden 
> impact on social indicators and urban quality indicators
> A tool to asses comm gardening as a process worthy of the time and 
> energy of its participants, preservation and support by local
> municipalities 
> and supporters
> Assessment of collected data for a minimum of three years.
> We aniticipate this study to be a joint effort between the evaluator and
> GG.
> This study is supported with funds, computer station, data collection and 
> data input.  Proposals to include design, methodology and assessment; 
> and budget by the applicant evaluator.
> For a email of fax copy of the full RFP, please contact me.
> Gwenne Hayes-Stewart, Executive Director
> Gateway Greening
> P. O. Box 299 St, Louis MO 63166  314-577-9484  FAX 314-577-9435
> 
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