RE: community gardening info?
Check out the the American Community Gardening Association's website
(www.communitygarden.org) and the Trust for Public Land website (
www.igc.apc.org/tpl/). Both of these groups should have information on
community gardens in your area with som pointers on how to get started.
Proactively, you should check with your local municipality about gardening,
composting and other issues. The idea is to avoid problems with local
ordinances and maybe even muser some support from your local community.
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> My name is Kathy Hume Gray, and I am organizing a group of residents from
> large mobile home community in an effort to create a community garden.
> can you tell me about the best way to do this? What is involved in
> to your organization?
> We are holding a meeting at the end of this month to do some preliminary
> discussion, so I'd appreciate a quick response if it's possible.
> Thank you!
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