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  • From: Laura Berman <laura@foodshare.net>
  • Date: Sat, 06 Jul 2002 19:21:48 -0400

Please note: I am posting this for Solomon Boy, ACGA board member, who is
undergoing email problems, due to a strike of the City of Toronto's staff.
Please reply to  Solomon at <oaksavannah@sympatico.ca> and not to me.



Dear ACGA member,


The mission of ACGA is to build community by increasing and enhancing
community gardening and greening.


This is an important time in ACGAs development.   The national community
gardening movement currently faces issues of food security, sustainable
agriculture, environmental justice, community and economic development, and
expanding school and faith based programs.  ACGA would like to address these
issues, as well as continue to strengthen the organization with additional
membership, fund-raising, advocacy, educational activities and resource


The ACGA Board is a working board  each member adopts one or more
committees and/or tasks according to ACGAs need and their personal interest
and skill.  Board members serve a three-year term, from January 1, 2003 to
February 28, 2006.  At appropriate times the Board of Directors may feel the
need to make appointments to the Board to fill vacancies.  Appointments last
until the next election cycle or one year.  Individuals interested in board
service should consider how their personal participation, resources and
experience could make significant contributions to ACGAs progress.


We need your voice and experience to build strong national, regional and
local networks for change through greening efforts and to work on courses of
action for continuing growth.  We hope you will consider taking on a
leadership position with the ACGA Board to move these issues forward.


You can nominate any member as well as yourself.


Please contact ACGA board member Solomon Boy at oaksavannah@sympatico.ca
<mailto:oaksavannah@sympatico.ca>  for more information about the board.

Please reply as soon as possible.



We look forward to hearing from you,


Solomon Boy,

Nominations Committee, American Community Gardening Association


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