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RE: RE: community gardens


1) The Eagle Heights Community Garden is probably  the oldest University run
Community Garden in the states. This garden is my hero:
http://www.sit.wisc.edu/~ehgarden/ . These guys should have all kinds of
stats, records and stuff on file because they are beholden to University of
Wisconsin at Madison ( the Unversity owns the land.)

Less pertinent to your query, but information that you should know if you
wanna garden in the good ol' USA.

2) This is an apprenticeship master gardener's program founded at UC Santa
Cruz that was founded by the Babe Ruth of Bio-Intensive French Market
Gardening, the English wildman, Alan Chadwick:

2a) Websites about Alan Chadwick:
http://store.yahoo.com/seedsofchange/tribtoalchad.html ;

http://www.ibiblio.org/london/orgfarm/permaculture/Alan.Chadwick/ ; 


3) Get yourself a comfortable chair, a warm libation, turn on some music and
follow the subject strings in  the archive of the listserve. You'll prpbably
find more of what you need:

Happy Gardening and researching,

Adam Honigman

from the non-U community garden in Hell's Kitchen,
 the Clinton Community Garden http://www.clintoncommunitygarden.org

> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Sally McCabe [SMTP:smccabe@pennhort.org]
> Sent:	Tuesday, October 17, 2000 5:26 PM
> To:	Cglistserve; melbelle1@hotmail.com; Joan Kapczynski
> Subject:	[cg] RE: community gardens
> I'm forwarding your request to the American Community Gardening
> Association's list serve for information. A hundred experts are standing
> by
> to give advice and share experience--hopefully someone has an answer for
> you!
> Sally McCabe
> ACGA National Office
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Melanie Booth [mailto:melbelle1@hotmail.com]
> > Sent: Tuesday, October 17, 2000 12:55 PM
> > To: jkapczyn@pennhort.org
> > Subject: community gardens
> >
> >
> > To whom it may concern,
> >
> > I am currently a Master's student at Utah State University.  For
> > my thesis I
> > am evaluating a local community garden administered through Utah State
> > University Extension.  This program is especially popular among married
> > students living in apartment-style housing who can rent a garden plot
> for
> > the summer.  I am trying to find programs similar to this one,
> > that has also
> > kept statistics on its effectiveness and how it meets the needs of the
> > participants.  Does your community garden program have statistics
> > like this?
> >   If so, could you please tell me who I could contact to get this data?
> I
> > would appreciate your help so much.
> >
> > Thank you.
> > Melanie Larsen
> > melbelle1@hotmail.com
> >
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