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Re:partnerships and land ownership

Although tiny, we have about 30 community members who support a native 
plant garden in a 1 city block square arboretum in St. Paul.   While it 
role as an arboretum is underplayed, this is important greenspace to the 
neighborhood.  We have many partners in this 2yr  old project, the City, 
the neighborhood org, a Quaker school, a senior high rise, Hamline 
University and other non-profits.  The amount of green in this part of the 
city is so little that the partners came together with ease.

Steph Hankerson
Horton Park Community Garden coordinator & U of MN Master Gardener

At 12:00 PM 3/30/01 -0600, you wrote:
>From: "lisa vandyke" <vandykelisa@hotmail.com>
>Subject: [cg] partnerships and land ownership
>  Looking for info about partnerships between urban community gardens
>or green spaces and public gardens or arboreta.

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