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visit gardens

I have a board member that wants to visit community gardens and
programs, in the D.C. and Baltimore area, and also New Orleans.  Some
leads on who to contact, or recommendations in those areas would be
Visiting community gardens in other places is a great way to learn,
bring home some fresh ideas, and build connections.  In Dallas, we love
to have visitors, and hope that community gardening friends might drop
in from time to time.  
Don Lambert
Gardeners in Community Development
Dallas Area Community Gardens.

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