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Looking for application templates

  • Subject: [cg] Looking for application templates
  • From: LarrmoNC@aol.com
  • Date: Sun, 9 Oct 2005 15:14:44 EDT

Hi, all.
I am located in Durham, North Carolina.  Our church has a vacant lot  next to 
our education building, and I am writing a grant to develop some of that  
space into a community garden.  The grant is due next Saturday, October 15,  and 
we're planning to hand carry it for submission on Friday, the 14th.
We are proposing "mixed use" space.  Some of the space would  be maintained 
in common by the church to provide produce for persons in our  church who are 
no longer able to get out on their own, for persons who are on  fixed incomes 
and are no longer able to garden, for persons with acute,  (relatively) 
short-term needs for food, or for local shelters, food banks,  and food pantries.  
We also plan to make raised beds available to people in the  neighborhood who 
would like to raise food for their own use.  I have  seen some examples on 
the AGCA website of information to include on  applications and sample 
guidelines and rules.  In  addition,  I would appreciate receiving any examples of  
applications or other guidelines/rules that other community gardening  
organizations are using, so I can avoid "reinventing the wheel  unnecessarily."
Larry Kroutil    
Calvary United Methodist Church
Durham, NC

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