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Dear community gardeners:

I am currently a Masters student at Utah State University.  For my thesis I 
am evaluating a local community garden plot program and its effectiveness in 
meeting the needs of the participants.  This program is especially popular 
among married students living in apartment-style housing.  They can rent a 
plot for the summer to grow flowers or produce.  The program is administered 
through an Extension office.  I am looking for programs similar to this one 
that have kept statisics on their garden program's effectivesness or the 
demographics of those involved.  Do any of your garden programs keep 
statisics like these?  Do you know who I could contact to get that kind of 
information?  I would appreciate your help so much.

Thank you.
Melanie Larsen
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