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multicultural community gardens

  • Subject: [cg] multicultural community gardens
  • From: hs82@cornell.edu
  • Date: Sun, 15 Jul 2001 12:17:02 -0400 (EDT)

At the end of the spring semester I recveived an email 
about several jobs in the northeast looking for students 
to record various approaches to gardening. The research 
project was to document what one might classify as 
traditional agricultural practices from around the world 
as implemented in city community gardens. I got this 
message through Cornell University. I suggest contacting 
them. I also recommend reading "A Place to Dwell." An 
early reader book also exists on the topic but I can't 
remember the title. "Seeds of ..."--maybe.

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