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Re: community_garden digest, Vol 1 #1719 - 7 msgs

  • Subject: [cg] Re: community_garden digest, Vol 1 #1719 - 7 msgs
  • From: Commgarden@aol.com
  • Date: Fri, 19 Mar 2004 16:38:07 EST

JASON,

I'M ASSUMING THAT YOUR LOCATION - DELANO- IS DELANO,CALIFORNIA. THAT'S ONLY A 
SHORT? HOP AND A SKIP FROM OUR LAS FLORES COMMUNITY GARDEN IN THOUSAND OAKS, 
CALIFORNIA .

WE ARE OPERATING ON LAND OWNED BY OUR LOCAL PARK DISTRICT UNDER A FIVE YEAR 
MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING. PRESENTLY, WE OCCUPY A LITTLE OVER ONE HALF ACRE 
WITH A PROMISE OF THE REST OF AN ACRE
ALREADY PIPED FOR  WATER.

 THE "FORMULA" WE CAME UP WITH FOR LAYING OUT PLOTS IS BASED ON A   PLOT SIZE 
OF TEN FEET BY TWENTY FEET FOR REGULAR PLOTS AND FOUR BY TEN FEET FOR PLOTS 
FOR PEOPLE WITH SPECIAL NEEDS, WITH A FOUR FOOT WIDE  ACCESS PATH  AROUND EACH 
OF THE FOUR SIDES OF EACH PLOT  AND A CENTRAL TWENTY FOOT WIDE  DIRT 
"DRIVEWAY" FOR DRIVING IN LOADS OF WOOD CHIPS AND FOR REMOVAL WEED CLEARANCE DEBRIS. WE 
ALSO  MADE ROOM FOR A SIX BY EIGHT FOOT GARDEN/TOOL SHED. THIS LAYOUT GIVES US
A TOTAL OF 67 GARDEN PLOTS.
I HOPE THIS HELPS.

BEST WISHES,

DON JACOBS  


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