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RE: Research project

  • Subject: RE: [cg] Research project
  • From: "Honigman, Adam" <Adam.Honigman@Bowne.com>
  • Date: Mon, 1 Oct 2001 10:28:14 -0400


Here is the mallorn.com page where you can access the community garden
listserve archive:


Best wishes,
Adam Honigman

-----Original Message-----
From: carla waldron [mailto:carla.waldron@nyu.edu]
Sent: Sunday, September 30, 2001 4:52 PM
To: Honigman, Adam
Subject: RE: [cg] Research project

You refer below to the listserv archive. Is there an address for that?

Thanks again for your suggestions.

At 10:54 AM 9/28/01, you wrote:
>With all due respect to the works of Jane Jacobs and William Whyte, who
>pioneering American urbanists, you need to go to the American Community
>Gardening Association website and read through all of the links. You should
>understand that urban community gardening is a national movement, and that
>there are truly amazing topics for your research to be found in every major
>city in the US, and several in Canada - Toronto and Montreal are two fine
>examples. The work that has been done in suburban and semi-rural
>in community gardening has been extremely inspiring ( the community garden
>in an Arctic zone in Canada beggars description!) A search thorough the
>garden links of the ACGA website should give you a sense of the diversity
>that exists in our community.
>The publications center should be particularly useful to you:
>There is a wealth of NYC community garden information to be found on the
>ACGA's mastergardeners listserve archives:
>-----Original Message-----
>From: carla waldron [mailto:carla_xs@hotmail.com]
>Sent: Thursday, September 27, 2001 10:06 PM
>To: community_garden@mallorn.com
>Subject: [cg] Research project
>I am working on a research project on community gardens in New York. I will
>be investigating the social implications of the gardens on community and
>community relationships as well as taking a look at the movement in
>I am investigating the work of Jane Jacobs and William Whyte. If any one
>any other suggestions about important research I should investigate, pls
>me know.
>Any and all suggestions would be most welcome.
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