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Our organization is setting up a community garden on Prudence Island, RI.   
We are in the process of drawing up rules and regulations.  Our garden will 
have 30 10x20 ft plots in a fenced 150x95 ft area.  Although we favor organic 
gardening techniques we do not anticipate enforcing strict organic gardening 
standards.  I have two questions. 1.  Are there our community garden 
directors that would be willing to share with us their rules/regulations as 
possible models?  2.  If we were to allow some pest and disease control 
agents, i.e., sevin dust, does anyone have a list of those agents rated on 
their toxicity to the environment and their potential for community garden 
Judi Foster 

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