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Toronto's #'s

I believe that there are 83 community gardens and 14 allotment gardens in
Toronto. What's the difference, you say? The allotments are run by clerks in
the Parks Dept and the gardeners have little (or no) say in how they
function. They tend to have larger plots 10x10 or 10x20 and are not very
conveniently located. The community gardens, whether they are on private or
city land, are run by the gardeners and are within walking distance. There
may be more than 83  but I don't know about them. Also, this number doesn't
include school gardens.
Laura Berman
FoodShare's Community Garden Programme Coordinator
Chair, Toronto Community Garden Network
phone:    (416) 392-1668
fax:          (416) 392-6650
email:    laura@foodshare.net
email:    cgnetwork@foodshare.net

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