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Land use contracts

  • Subject: [cg] Land use contracts
  • From: Jen Dodd jkdodd@juno.com
  • Date: Thu, 3 Oct 2002 20:49:24 GMT

I'm working with a new community garden that is on a large urban vacant lot, which the landlord recently offered for a neighborhood garden.

Do any organizations out there have a strong background in forming LandUse Contracts /Agreements with private landowners for community gardens?
Advice from the experienced is welcome.

Jen Dodd, Americorps VISTA
Gainesville, Florida

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