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Information on starting a community garden

How do you go about starting a community garden?  In my subdivision in 
Springfield there are several empty lots which do a good job of growing 
weeds.  I would like to look into getting the owners of those lots to donate 
there land (until they build on them that is,) to a community gardening 
effort.  Does your organization know of anyone who has done this sucessfully? 

What is needed, in terms of hardware, time commitments, etc. . . to get a 
garden going?  Does your organization have an information packet for starting 
a community garden?  Thank you for your time and consideration.

community_garden maillist  -  community_garden@mallorn.com

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