There is a moderator. Join the ACGA!
- Subject: [cg] There is a moderator. Join the ACGA!
- From: "Betsy Johnson" firstname.lastname@example.org
- Date: Wed, 12 Jan 2005 16:39:31 -0500
Actually, the list is moderated (so we are not all subjected to lots of
spam). Lots of thanks need to go to Anna Wasescha in St. Paul, MN for
her daily attention to the listserve so it operates so smoothly.
Cost should not be a barrier to joining ACGA -- it can be as little as
$10 for financially limited folks. Many join for $25, although we do
encourage organizations to contribute $50 or $100. Like the plea from
public TV and radio -- please contribute to what you find is a useful
service. You can join online at www.communitygarden.org
Increasing the number of member organizations in ACGA is also key to our
ability to influence policies that encourage community gardening.
Please join and be part of this exciting movement.
Betsy Johnson, ACGA interim executive director
> Subj: Requesting imformation!
> Date: 1/11/05 5:39:38 PM Mid-Atlantic Standard Time
> From: guardian96
> To: Adam36055
> Dear Adam,
I respect all the different ideas that are presented on the list server
for ACGA. I would like to know who the moderator is if its not you?
I am a Community Garden Coordinator here in Buffalo, New York through a
> community group called United Neighborhoods/CAO. We have used many of
the ideas from the different groups that post to the list server. I
hope this year we get enough funding to actually join ACGA.
> Thank you for all the views presented.
> Melanie A. Nowicki
> Community Garden Coordinator
> United Neighborhoods/CAO
> 1092 Main Street
> Buffalo, New York 14209
> email email@example.com
> or firstname.lastname@example.org"
Dear Ms. Nowicki,
There is no moderator on the ACGA listserv, just alot of community
who touch type! We use this listserv as the "back fence," where we
recipes, stories, etc.
You can get ACGA membership cheap, for the price of a pizza and a six
basically ( $25 a year) as an individual gardener - and it's tax
because the ACGA is a 501(c)(3) corporation. Who knows? Maybe United
Neighborhoods/CAO will cough up this as a professional membership, and
it gives you access and discounts on the ACGA's various books and
curriculums. An amazing value,
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