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history of 'organic' in community gardens

  • Subject: [cg] history of 'organic' in community gardens
  • From: "Shana Cohen" sanddcohen@earthlink.net
  • Date: Thu, 14 Nov 2002 19:55:25 -0800

Hi there,
I'm a Master's student in Environmental Policy at Berkeley, hoping someone out there can answer a few fairly broad questions about the relationship between community gardens and organic principles/methods. Is it safe to assume that most gardens adopt a policy of organic methods only? Were community gardens always (well, since the 70s, anyway)  involved in sustainable farming techniques? Or does every place have a different history? And, finally, does the ACGA have a policy on this?
Thanks for any help!
Shana Cohen
Department of Environmetnal Science, Policy and Management
Division of Society and Environment
116 Giannini Hall
University of California, Berkeley 

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