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ACGA Growing Communities Workshop at Michael Fields Institute

  • Subject: [cg] ACGA Growing Communities Workshop at Michael Fields Institute
  • From: "Betsy Johnson" betsy@bgjohnson.com
  • Date: Thu, 15 Jun 2006 12:38:39 -0400

There are still spaces available at ACGA's next Growing Communities Workshop
that will be held Friday/Saturday, July 7 & 8 at the Michael Fields
Agriculture Institute in East Troy, Wisconsin  www.michaelfieldsaginst.org
<http://www.michaelfieldsaginst.org/> .

Experience the wonderful Michael Fields Institute and participate in the
workshop, sponsored by CREES Community Food Project grants, that is an
in-depth, hands-on workshop based on ACGA's curriculum for leadership
development. Learn proven strategies that community organizers use to
develop dynamic leaders and create strong communities through a
participatory approach to community building. You will learn the principles
and practices of community building, and how to pass these techniques on to
others in your community by conducting your own workshops. 

This two-day workshop will cover topics including Community Organizing,
Leadership Development, Grassroots Fundraising Basics, Communications
Planning, Coalition Building and is appropriate for community gardeners and
non-profit organizers in general.  Participants receive the "Growing
Communities Curriculum," a 352-page resource workbook ($35 value), which
includes curriculum materials that walk the reader through the process of
conducting training workshops. The Curriculum also addresses Diversity,
Meeting Facilitation and Group Decision-Making, Developing a Board of
Directors, and Grassroots Fundraising - Specific Strategies. Lunch on both
days and an ACGA membership are included.  Low-cost accommodations options
are available at Michael Fields Institute.

Registration is $35, on a sliding scale, depending on what each person can
afford for the two-day workshop. More information, registration and online
payment at: www.communitygarden.org/training.php

REGISTRATION FORM GROWING COMMUNITIES WORKSHOP

Presented by the American Community Gardening Association & 
Michael Fields Agricultural Institute with support by the 

 



Name                   


Organization     


Street Address


City/State/Zip


Phone
Fax


Email

 

____ Yes!  I would like to attend.  Send in this form or register online at

www.communitygarden.org/training.php

 

___   Sadly, I cannot attend.  BUT, I would like to purchase the Growing
Communities Curriculum for $35.  

 

Mail this registration form with a check payable to the American Community
Gardening Association or provide credit card information below and send to:

American Community Gardening Association

c/o FPC, 1777 East Broad St.

Columbus, OH 43203

 

Name on Credit Card: ___________________________________________

Credit Card Number: ____________________________________________

Expiration Date: _____________________   CVV2 number:___________

 

 

 

 

Betsy Johnson

Executive Director

American Community Gardening Assoc.

877-275-2242  betsyjohnson@communitygarden.org


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