RE: Fwd: Project Plan
- Subject: RE: [cg] Fwd: Project Plan
- From: "Honigman, Adam" Adam.Honigman@Bowne.com
- Date: Thu, 17 Oct 2002 11:01:28 -0400
Title: Fwd: Project Plan
one thing that makes community gardening different than any other kind of good
works is that you need to get recruit other folks to get into the
madness. You also have to learn to ask good, detailed questions.
we go further in answering your question, please let us know where you are (
country, state, town, the name of the senior residence, who owns the land
you want to put the community garden on.)
would be helpful to know what "Leadership kitsap class of 2002" is, its mandate
and if anyone involved has ever been a community gardener. An idea about what
your timeline is, funding, your degree of association with the senior home and
who will help keep the garden going once it's class of 2003 will help us find
informational resources ( some may be local) for you.
Volunteer, Clinton Community Garden
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From: "Ed Szlosek"
Subject: Project Plan
Date: Tue, 15
Oct 2002 21:22:05 -0700
I am a member of
Leadership Kitsap class of 2002, as a community project for this year our
team currntly plan on placing a community garden in the area next to an
retirement home. Do you have any examples of project plans/lessons
learned to aid us in project planning.