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Need Help In Developing A Community Garden

From:	Honigman, Adam 
> Sent:	Wednesday, January 10, 2001 1:36 PM
> To:	'Community Garden'
> Subject:	RE: [cg] Need Help In Developing A Community Garden
> Edgar,
> Here are a couple of links that may be of use to you:
> 1) Spend some time going through the different sections and links of the
> entire American Community Gardening Association  website. There is a
> wealth of infomation on setting up, governing, fundraising and maintaining
> a community garden. This site has great links to community gardens and
> greening organizations throughout North America. Many of the individual
> gardens have their rules best gardening practices appended to their sites;
> http://www.communitygarden.org/
> California Links for you:
> http://www.ccnet.com/~westwind/gardens.htm
> http://www.humgardens.com/community/
> The archives of this listserve are worth reading through for ideas from
> community gardeners from around the world:
> http://www.mallorn.com/lists/community_garden/
> Please let us know how you are progressing. It's really a voyage, somebody
> will be in the same place as you are now and may need a hand up. You can
> help them by sharing your experiences with this listserve.
> P.S. It is a very good thing to join the American Community Gardening
> Association. The $25  individual membership (equivalent to a couple of
> large pizzas or take out Chinese with a six pack of beer)  is well worth
> what the ACGA does for community gardens informationally, as an advocate,
> nationwide. The $50 organizational membership should be  an annual budget
> item for all of our gardens ( after legal fees and pizza and beer, of
> course.)
> Happy gardening,
> Adam Honigman 
> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Community Garden [SMTP:gearupgarden@hotmail.com]
> Sent:	Tuesday, January 09, 2001 9:09 PM
> To:	community_garden@mallorn.com
> Subject:	[cg] Need Help In Developing A Community Garden
> Hello my name is Edgar Puga. I am a student at California State
> University, Northridge and I am currently working with the community of
> Sylmar to develop a community garden. We are also working with Sylmar High
> School and helping develop their gardening facilities up to date. This is
> a project that we are just starting and I would really appreciate it if
> you can give me any information that might be helpful to make this project
> a successful project. Any information can be helpful, from where to get
> funding, obtain a piece of land around the Sylmar area or any other
> organizations that might be helpful to us and the future of this project.
> Please feel free to contact me at any time at (818) 677-5207 or email me
> at gearupgarden@hotmail.com  Thank you and have a nice day. 
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