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Received membership materials - Mongolia

>From: "maidar tsend" <maidart@hotmail.com>
>To: djohns@pennhort.org
>Cc: sallymcc@libertynet.org
>Subject: Received membership materials - Mongolia
>Date: Sun, 07 Nov 1999 04:52:52 PST
>Mime-Version: 1.0
>Dear Dawn Johns,
>I am very proud for becoming a part of the big family of community
>gardeners. While being in the USA I was convinced in the exclusive
>importance of CGs and now I think that this kind of gardens represent the
>best way of training the poor families in agro-skills.
>We are writing now a report and updating the city program for the
>development of home gardening. I will do my best to convince the authorities
>(including the ministry) in the importance of introducing CGs in every
>possible area. If the efforts are realized, a network of nearly 400 CGs
>throughout the country will be established.
>With best wishes. Maidar, Director, Mongolian Horticulture Society
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