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RE:COMMUNITY GARDENS IN THE SAN DIEGO AREA

  • Subject: [cg] RE:COMMUNITY GARDENS IN THE SAN DIEGO AREA
  • From: "megan fairleigh" mafairleigh@earthlink.net
  • Date: Tue, 11 Mar 2003 22:8:40 -0800

 
RE:COMMUNITY GARDENS IN THE SAN DIEGO AREA
I too am interested in community gardens in the san diego area.  i am a
horticulturist and military spouse at MCAS Miramar and am trying to rally
support to start a community garden on the base. i know after reading some
of the commentary on this list that not all recipients are sensitive to the
needs of us military families. however those political biases aside, i
think that community gardening on military bases is an idea whose time has
come. the opportunity is ripe in these difficult times to organize gardens
on bases.  they could provide people a place to come together, experience
the joys of gardening, and help families deal with the separation,
lonliness and loss of wartime deployments. i would love to visit any
community gardens in san diego area and learn form their experiences. i
heard there is a garden in pacific beach near the corners of jewell and
ingram, however i havent been down there to check it out yet.  any
assistance would be appreciated.
  
 
 
 
--- megan fairleigh
--- megan fairleigh
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