This call for proposals from the Robert Wood Johnson foundation found its
way into my mailbox via the Project for Public Spaces listserve and I
thought it might be of interest to American Community Gardening Association
member organizations and free standing community gardens/gardeners.
For more information, please contact Julie Weitzel the Research Coordinator
for San Diego State University at 619-260-5539 ; e-mail:
email@example.com. or the Robert Wood Johnson foundation at the
links listed below.
Open Call for Proposal
Active Living Policy and Environmental Studies Program
Application Deadline: July 29, 2002
to view the call for proposals from the Robert Wood Johnson
Foundation for grants up to $100,000 to develop or evaluate
measures of physical activity related to land use, physical
characteristics of green spaces, parks walking trails, public
recreation areas, sidewalks and stairways.
This program was created to stimulate and support
investigator-initiated research to identify environmental factors
and public and private policies that influence physical activity
within communities and populations.
You can find out more details from Julie Weitzel the Research
Coordinator for San Diego State University at 619-260-5539
Applications can be made online at
Clinton Community Garden
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