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ACGA/CFSC cooperation

  • Subject: [cg] ACGA/CFSC cooperation
  • From: Betsy Johnson betsy@bostonnatural.org
  • Date: Tue, 15 Oct 2002 09:50:35 -0400

In fact, ACGA and CFSC have been in close touch and working cooperatively for many years.  Community Gardens are but only one segment (although a key one) in the overall community food security picture. 
Many ACGAers are on CFSC's Urban Agriculture Committee and Roger Cooley, who chairs that committee and is on the CFSC board will soon (if elected) be on the ACGA board as well.  Jeanette Abi-Nader who was the primary staff lead on developing ACGA's Growing Communities Curriculum is currently working for CFSC and providing a bridge between their training programs and ours.  Otherwise,  ACGA is currently focusing on capacity-building fund-raising so that we can also bolster our advocacy ability along with CFSC.
ACGA is also building relationship with other key "sister" organizations as well, such as the National Gardening Association and City Parks Alliance.
Betsy Johnson, ACGA treasurer

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