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Re: Gardens in Hollow Blocks

see the article at:



Tetrad wrote:

> Hi, folks!
> Here's a post for the NE Food Security List.  Anyone seen this article or work
> in the gardens mentioned?
> Dorene
> From: gmoke@WORLD.STD.COM (George Mokray)
> Subject: Gardens in Hollow Blocks
> Sender: owner-nefood-l@listproc.tufts.edu
> June _Atlantic Monthly_ has a short article about a model for urban gardens
> >that should be expanded.  "Thousands of blocks with hollow centers could
> >renew themselves and in the process strengthen their surrounding
> neighborhoods."  The examples used are the Turtle Bay Gardens and the
> Macdougal-Sullivan Gardens Historic District in New York City as the author
> wonders why this successful design is not used more.

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