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[cg] CG web guides

Congratulations to everyone who worked so hard concerning the NYC gardens!
  Over the past couple of months, I've been forwarding messages from this
mailing list to a good friend of mine who lives in NYC, Kristi Cameron.

She's created a great web site, "NYC Land Wars" about New York City
community gardens as public policy.  She includes information about
legislation; local organizations; maps; and some history about community
gardening in NYC.  The site is very comprehensive!  Please check it out at

Kristi is out of the country right now, but I'm sure she would love to
hear your comments on her site. Her address is caseycrank@aol.com

Additionally, I'm in the middle of revising my web guide to information
about urban community gardens.  Please review my guide, and email me with
any suggestions for inclusion.   I hope to have the revisions finished
next week.



Susan Wells

community_garden maillist  -  community_garden@mallorn.com

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