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Community Garden video project

  • Subject: [cg] Community Garden video project
  • From: maelliott@vassar.edu
  • Date: Sat, 29 Mar 2003 17:04:07 -0500

Hi All--
I am a senior at Vassar College and am attempting to produce a video on 
community gardens in Poughkeepsie NY as my final thesis project.  I have worked 
fairly extensively with gardeners at each of the three gardens in the city of 
Poughkeepsie as well as with one rooftop gardener.  I have conducted most of my 
interviews and am now struggling to find a focus as the video has to be no more 
than 15 minutes.  Two ideas come to mind: I could either tell the stories of 
these gardeners in an attempt to generally build support for and awareness of 
this fascinating, yet underappreciated activity in Poughkeepsie.  Or, I could 
tell the conflict surrounding one garden slated to be paved by a neighborhood 
home for the elderly in desperate need of more parking space.  My question, 
then, to everyone is whether a need springs to mind -- that is, what could my 
video explore that would be a useful contribution to the body of information on 
community gardens?  Secondly, I'm wondering whether anyone knows of any 
documentaries on community gardens (or, documentaries that might be useful as a 
model).  Thanks!  Please reply directly to me at maelliott@vassar.edu

Matt Elliott

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