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community_garden digest, Vol 1 #2068

  • Subject: [cg] community_garden digest, Vol 1 #2068
  • From: "Charles Z Levkoe" charles@thestop.org
  • Date: Tue, 8 Mar 2005 12:27:44 -0500

in response to "what vegitables to grow" and giving vegetables away . . .
here in Toronto (and around
Canada and the USA) we have an active Plant A Row Grow A Row (PARGAR)
coalition that works on that exact issue. PARGAR works to ensure that all
people in Toronto have access to an adequate supply of locally grown,
culturally appropriate, fresh produce. PARGAR works to encourage gardeners
to grow food for local food programs. PARGAR helps to connect gardeners and
drop off locations. for more info see
http://www.compost.org/growarowintro.html, www.growarow.org,
http://www.halifax.ca/wrms/plantgrow.html

Charles Z Levkoe
Urban Agriculture Coordinator,
The Stop Community Food Centre
P.O. Box 69, Station E,
Toronto, Ontario M6H 4E1
(ph) 416-652-7867 ext. 236
(fax) 416-652-2294
charles@thestop.org
www.thestop.org



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