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Fwd: Austrian community garden association address/Zentralverba nd der K...

  • Subject: Fwd: [cg] Austrian community garden association address/Zentralverba nd der K...
  • From: Adam36055@aol.com
  • Date: Wed, 8 Oct 2003 17:37:15 EDT

Friends,

I received this from Sharon Gordon who had the Austriona community gardening association address in her Roladex.

Bless her!

Adam Honigman

Subj: [cg] Austrian community garden association address/Zentralverba nd der Kleingärtner, Siedler und Kleintierzüchter Österreichs
Date: 10/8/03 4:29:11 PM Eastern Daylight Time
From: gordonse@one.net
To: community_garden@mallorn.com
Sent from the Internet



Ah, Adam, I love your focus: "Is this good for community gardeners?"  And
certainly if things are good in the garden, that is a positive ripple to
many places.

Here's the info for the Austrian Community Garden Association and its
website:


Zentralverband
der Kleingärtner, Siedlerund Kleintierzüchter Österreichs

Getreidemarkt 11/10
A-1060 Wien

Tel.: 00431/587 07 85
Fax: 00431/587 07 85 30
E-Mail:
zvwien@chello.at
Homepage:
kleingaertner.at

The Central federation of leisure gardeners, home-crofters and small animal
breeders of Austria was founded in 1918 and is the union and representative
of the Austrian leisure gardeners.

It takes on lease and administers 896.5 ha of land for the leisure
gardeners. The membership amounts to 35,500 families unified in 364
associations and 5 federations (Lower-Austria, Upper-Austria, Salzbourg,
Steiermark and Vienna).

They have a spiffy looking magazine, Kleingärtner.  Contents list for
October issue at
http://www.kleingaertner.at/frames/und/zg.htm#inhalt


Sharon
gordonse@one.net



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  • Subject: [cg] Austrian community garden association address/Zentralverband der Kleingärtner, Siedler und Kleintierzüchter Österreichs
  • From: "Sharon Gordon" gordonse@one.net
  • Date: Wed, 8 Oct 2003 16:27:44 -0400
  • Importance: Normal
Ah, Adam, I love your focus: "Is this good for community gardeners?"  And
certainly if things are good in the garden, that is a positive ripple to
many places.

Here's the info for the Austrian Community Garden Association and its
website:


Zentralverband
der Kleingärtner, Siedlerund Kleintierzüchter Österreichs

Getreidemarkt 11/10
A-1060 Wien

Tel.: 00431/587 07 85
Fax: 00431/587 07 85 30
E-Mail:
zvwien@chello.at
Homepage:
kleingaertner.at

The Central federation of leisure gardeners, home-crofters and small animal
breeders of Austria was founded in 1918 and is the union and representative
of the Austrian leisure gardeners.

It takes on lease and administers 896.5 ha of land for the leisure
gardeners. The membership amounts to 35,500 families unified in 364
associations and 5 federations (Lower-Austria, Upper-Austria, Salzbourg,
Steiermark and Vienna).

They have a spiffy looking magazine, Kleingärtner.  Contents list for
October issue at
http://www.kleingaertner.at/frames/und/zg.htm#inhalt


Sharon
gordonse@one.net



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