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Hello everyone!
I'm giving a presentation to a bunch of Hungarian NGOs in March about a 
surplus food-collection program for the homeless I started here a few years 
ago and I would like to transition the presentation into an introduction to 
community gardens as a source of food and many other valuable things. Can 
anyone suggest one good simple text or book or website that explains the 
history and philosophy of the community gardening movement, concisely and 
clearly? I'd like to have it translated into Hungarian if possible. If 
anyone is in the position to mail something to me my address is:
Kristin Faurest
Rozsahegy utca 8
Budapest, Hungary

or you can e-mail me ideas at kfaurest@hotmail.com

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