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Re: Re: Response to question


There are many more people on the list serve than are currently active in
the biotech discussions. Ask away or suggest topics, and you'll get replies
from some of the rest of us, I'm sure.

>TO: Lucy Bradley
>I joined the community_garden list recently to listen and learn.  The
>biotechnology discussions are interesting, but you may be right in
>developing a separate list for those discussions.  I am new to community
>gardening (I started one in our rural Arkansas county last spring) and have
>much to learn from all of you with much more experience.  I would like to
>see more discussions of funding, using volunteers, liability, freebies,
>community support, model gardens, etc.  In short, I want to pick brains for
>experience and knowledge.  I plan to stay on the listserve, no matter what
>you decide. All the issues are related.
>Thanks, Georgann Smith

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