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RE: Community Gardening in NYC


Many community gardens in Canada are managed under local governments.

Visit http://www.cityfarmer.org/ which is a Canadian web site focused on
urban gardening.



>
> I am working in the Leisure and Cultural Services Department of Hong Kong
> SAR
> and am looking into the feasibility of establishing community
> garden in Hong
> Kong.  We are looking into various means to encourage and induce gardening
> enthusiasts to participate in gardening and greening works in a
> postivie and
> safe way.  Community garden may be one of our solutions.
>
> From the Internet, I noticed that most community gardens are run either on
> private land or public land alloted to individual or gardening
> societies.  I
> would like to know if there is any "public" community garden
> which is run by
> the
> Government or the municipal councils for the purpose of social/community
> involvement and education.  I understand there are also some parks in
> Singapore
> where public is allowed to grow vegetables in desginated area but I am not
> able
> to obtain further information from known sources.  Do you have some
> information
> about this ?
>
> Your assistance to my enquiries would be much appreciated.
> Thanks for your
> help
> and with best regards.
>
>
> Alex CHAN
>
>
>
>
> _______________________________________________
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