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Re: Schukoske article

  • Subject: Re: [cg] Schukoske article
  • From: Adam36055@aol.com
  • Date: Tue, 15 Jun 2004 19:10:05 EDT

Ms. Hayes and anyone who happens to be NYC town on July 4th,

The Clinton Community Garden 4th of July Party

Show up at the Clinton Community Garden, ( Clinton Community Garden ) bring a six pack of beer, or non-alcoholic beverage if you're a "dry", after 3:00 pm until the food and drink are gone. Feel free to walk around, I'll give tours while sentient.

Here, once again,  is the link to Professor Jane E. Schukoske's "Community Development through Gardening: State and Local Policies Transforming Urban Open Space."


It was published in the "New York University Journal of Legislation and Public Policy" (http://www.law.nyu.edu/journals/legislation/ ) The article appeared in Volume 3, No. 2. - Spring 2000, of that serial.  Figure out the type of citing your professor wants, and do it.

Professor Schukoske is probably the most brilliant academic to have run community gardening through her mill - in this case using the standpoint of comparative law. Currently, Professor Schukoske is the Executive Director of the US Educational Foundation in India.  I only hope that our cg world will attract a similarly brilliant scholar in the future.


Adam Honigman

Subj: [cg] Schukoske article
Date: 6/15/04 6:20:33 PM Eastern Daylight Time 
From: micklergirl@yahoo.com
To: community_garden@mallorn.com
Sent from the Internet

First, let me thank everyone on this wonderful list!
I've been on for months and it's helping me get a
garden started in my neighborhood!

Also, special thanks to Adam, the tireless one. Could
you pleeeeease tell me if I could visit Clinton
gardens when my husband and I are in NYC July 4-10?
Are out-of-towners allowed a peek? If so, I think I
saw in the archives the procedure for locals to get a
key. (Actually, I'd love to meet you--didn't get a
chance to at the Women's March!)
Feel free to e-mail directly.

And to Jodi Rhoden, of my neighboring Asheville,
thanks for your lovely input.  I would be happy to
hear from you directly if you can offer any advice to
me here in Hendersonville. Is Bountiful Gardens still
associated with ACRC? I can't seem to get any news out

AND LASTLY, could anyone please help direct me to the
proper citation for Professor Schukoske's Work
"Community Development through Gardening: State and
Local Policies Transforming Urban Open Space." I
pulled it from this listserve and the only reference I
get is a Volume 3:351. I need the citation for a term
paper! I would be most grateful for any help. Thanks.

Deborah Hayes
As yet unnamed community garden
Hendersonville, NC

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