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comm. gardens to rebuild area hit by Hurricane Katrina

  • Subject: [cg] comm. gardens to rebuild area hit by Hurricane Katrina
  • From: "Lexie Stoia" lstoia@fpconservatory.org
  • Date: Tue, 13 Jun 2006 14:43:38 -0400

I have received a letter from someone looking to start/find a community
garden in New Orleans, but wants to know if one already exists to serve the
following areas: the Bywater, the Marigny, Algiers, and the area served by
the 6th police district.  Any info about CGs in these areas can be sent to
the email address below and would be greatly appreciated.

Lexie Stoia

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Lexie Stoia
Operations Administrator
American Community Gardening Association

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