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Re:questions on starting up

  • Subject: [cg] Re:questions on starting up
  • From: KateSeager@aol.com
  • Date: Tue, 29 May 2001 02:19:07 EDT

What works better?  We do not have families signed up yet, but I was 
wondering if each family should have a plot or if we should have one big 
garden to share "equally"?  We may have lots of families with young children, 
any thoughts on having a separate children's garden?  There will also be an 
elderly population involved.  Any ideas on intergenerational projects?

The location is right next to a school.  I could see where that might be a 
joint effort someday.

What types of business usually contributes to community efforts? 

That is all for now. Any ideas will be helpful.


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