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RE: Starting a Community Garden Publication

A few examples on the Web. I know there are many more out there. Can you 
share yours on this list when completed?
Irene Sadowski
Community Action Coalition Garden Program

Manuals on how to start a community garden




-----Original Message-----
From:	Tom Dietrich [SMTP:tdietrich@metroparks.org]
Sent:	Friday, March 02, 2001 8:43 AM
To:	community_garden@mallorn.com
Subject:	[cg] Starting a Community Garden Publication

Hey there ACGA!

Lorka and I have been putting together a local and very specific version of 
the "Starting A Community Garden"  publication.  (Actually, she put it 
together and I am revising it).  I am looking for other groups' versions of 
this type of thing for more ideas.  The only other one I have my hands on 
is the Minnesota Green's "Creating Community Gardens."  Anyone with more 
references or helpful suggestions, please contact me.


937-277-6545 ext. 207

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