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FWD: [LOBBY] Community garden project TF

  • Subject: [cg] FWD: [LOBBY] Community garden project TF
  • From: "Garden Project" gardenproject@ingham.org
  • Date: Mon, 03 Mar 2003 17:17:37 -0500
  • Content-disposition: inline

-----Original Message-----
From: Ecocity Editor [mailto:foo@SWIPNET.SE] 
Sent: Friday, February 28, 2003 11:50 PM
Subject: [LOBBY] Community garden project TF

This is an invitation to participants of the Internet Conference on
Ecocity Development and others who are interested to join the task force
to develop a global project that will establish community gardens in
different countries. Community gardens will serve as a strategy for
ecocity development. They will integrate urban agriculture and forestry
with biowaste processing and utilisation.

Establishment of each community garden will need a group of
partners/individuals who can
(a) provide (free of charge) adequate space such as
     land space (5 ha or more), roof top space, greenhouse, ....
     Partner: city council, private company, landowner.
(b) provide technical support and training to members of
     community garden on e.g. intensive crop production,
     waste bioconversion, etc.
     Partner: University, NGO
(c) provide funds or materials (cement, garden tools,
     fencing materials, construction materials, etc)
(d) organize an association for the
     management of the community garden
(e) What more ?

The project will also have a networking component for information
dissemination and exchange of experiences.

Expression of interest to join this task force should be sent as an
email to foo@swipnet.se with the subject title:
" Community garden project TF ".

Please provide information on how you see your role/contribution as a
partner and include any other information/experience that may be useful
to qualify you as a member of the task force.

Jacky Foo (Coordinator)
Internet Conference on Ecocity Development (2003)

Integrated Biosystems Network
International Organization on Biotechnology and Bioengineering

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