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Re: role call

In Charlotte, North Carolina, one church-based organization-Charlotte 
Green-is currently pretty much synonymous with community gardening. They 
began in the early '90s, inspired by Philadelphia, and now sponsor nine 
gardens, from small to large house lot size, all in low income predominately 
African-American neighborhoods (the sponsoring church, Myers Park Methodist, 
is located in Charlotte's most exclusive neighborhood and is predominantly 
white). Rumor has it that the nearby college town of Davidson has a community 
organic garden, started last year. Other community gardens have existed in 
the past, but all have disappeared.

Don Boekelheide
Charlotte NC

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