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Re: community_garden digest, Vol 1 #225 - 8 msgs

Dear Gary-

Thank you for alerting the list about the report "Community Gardening in
Rural Regions."  There are a number of great organizations, including the
ACGA, that do wonderful work; however, due to the limited scope of this
project and spacing limitations, I chose not to mention the many
organizations that promote community gardens.

For those interested in the report, it can be found at:

If you have difficulties downloading the document, please call
617/627-3956 to request a free copy of the report or e-mail a request
to: hunger@infonet.tufts.edu.

Thanks for all of your work in this area.

Ashley Sullivan

On Thu, 20 Jan 2000 community_garden-admin@mallorn.com wrote:
> Message: 4
> From: GGoosman@aol.com
> Date: Wed, 19 Jan 2000 17:24:38 EST
> To: community_garden@mallorn.com
> Subject: [cg] Tufts Study, Rural Community Gardens
> Hello Folks,
> This is just an FYI. There is a study just put out by the Center on Hunger 
> and Poverty, through the School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts 
> University. It is called, Community Gardening in Rural Areas and is written 
> by Ashley Sullivan. It is somewhat simplistic, but has some good information 
> in it. The bad news is it never mentions ACGA anywhere in the report. The 
> author does site research and information from some individual programs 
> across the country. 
> Hope folks get a chance to review the report and that we can also convey to 
> folks at Tufts that ACGA and other groups are alive and actively promoting 
> community gardening across the country.
> Gary Goosman
> PS... Tufts University, School of Nutrition and Policy, Medford, MA 02155
> email, hunger@infonet.tufts.edu
> www.tufts.edu/nutrition/centeronhunger

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