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I'm flattered, but I think you should check out the City Farmer links on the
ACGA website: http://communitygarden.org./index.html ; The Trust for Public
Land site: http://www.igc.apc.apc.org.tpl ; The Green Guerillas
Organization: http://www.greenguerillas.org ; and the archives of the
community gardeners webserv : http://community_garden@mallorn.com ( there is
much great stuff that you can use.)  I'll be forwarding your query to the
last group in a minute, many of whom are master gardeners, food bankers  and
renewable development savants.

The garden that I'm most intimately involved with is the
http://clintoncommunitygarden.org which is run by neighborhood residents
under the aegis of the NYC Parks dept.

Let us know how you are getting on with your project.

> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Nikolas C. Heynen [SMTP:nheynen@indiana.edu]
> Sent:	Thursday, March 23, 2000 12:43 PM
> To:	Honigman, Adam
> Subject:	
> Hello,
> My name is Nik Heynen.  I am a Ph.D. Student at Indiana University, and am
> near the completion of my Master Garderning training.  My research
> interest
> deals with investigating the potential for urban agriculture, primarily in
> the way of community gardens, as a means of contributing toward
> urban/inner-city sustainable development.  A friend who is on the ACGA
> listserv suggested that you would be a great person to contact.  I was
> hoping you might be able to point out other people researching this aspect
> of community gardens within the U.S.?  Additionally, I am seeking agencies
> that would consider funding my research.  I would appreciate any
> suggestions you might have on this front.   Thank you for any assistance
> you might provide in this matter.  
> Kind Regards,
> Nik Heynen
> -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
> Nikolas C. Heynen, Ph.D. Candidate
> Associate Instructor
> Indiana University                        Phone-   (812)-855-6303
> Department of Geography                   Fax-     (812)-855-1661
> Student Building 120                      E-mail-  nheynen@indiana.edu
> Bloomington, IN
> 47405
> U.S.A
>                        =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
> Our nettlesome task is to discover how to organize our strength into 
> compelling power. 
> 					Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
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