RE: info on other programs
Here's the website of the all-volunteer Clinton Community Garden in
NYC which is opertated under a renewable lease agreement with the NYC Park's
Dept.("Parks".) We have a water piped in from the city water supply per our
lease agreement with Parks.The average size of our individual back garden
plots is about the size of a queen sized bed ( some larger beds belong to
early pioneers of the original rubble strewn lot.) The balance of your
questions will be answered on our website:
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Judy Miller [SMTP:JUDYMILLER@mcleodusa.net]
> Sent: Thursday, October 26, 2000 1:16 PM
> To: 'firstname.lastname@example.org'
> Subject: [cg] info on other programs
> The Urbana Park District operates a small organic community garden program
> in Meadowbrook Park. We have ~140 plots that are either 17'*30' or
> '17*15'. The public may rent these plots from mid-February through the
> first weekend in November. The program has been in existance since 1978
> and has allowed only organic gardening. We currently provide the space,
> water, wheel barrels, manure and a part-time garden supervisor. I am
> trying to compare our garden with other similar programs. Please let me
> know about your's:
> 1. What fee do you charge?
> 2. What are the dimensions of your plots?
> 3. How many plots are availabel to rent?
> 4. Who may rent them?
> 5. What guidelines must gardeners follow?
> 6. How many paid staff are involved with the program? What are their
> Full time =
> Part-time =
> 7. What services does your program provide:
> Water =
> Tools = (specify please)
> Manure =
> Composting =
> Classes = (specify please)
> Other =
> 8. Do you have a webpage? Please list it.
> Thanks so much!
> Judy Miller
> Environmental Program Manager
> Urbana Park District
> 1505 N. Broadway
> Urbana, IL 61801
> fax: 217-384-1052
> phone: 217-384-4062
> community_garden maillist - email@example.com
community_garden maillist - firstname.lastname@example.org