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Re: RE: How many CG in U.S.?

That's interesting about state community garden coordinators. Who administers 
the program, USDA? Through coop extension? How do we find out who our state 
coordinator is?
Don Boekelheide
Charlotte, NC 28213

In a message dated 5/9/00 9:47:41 AM, jackh@knoxparks.org wrote:

>It occurs to me that Secretary of Agriculture Dan Glickman has mandated
>appointment of a community garden coordinator for each state.  Maybe it
>should be one of their jobs to get some kind of count or measure of
>community gardening activity in their territory.  The trick would be to keep
>it simple enough so that it could actually be done.  It would, of course be
>interesting to get numbers of gardens, acreage, numbers of people involved,
>etc., but we probably wouldn't want to push much farther than that.

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