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RE: social impacts of collective gardens


Emilie:

Great Luck with your research. Please check out our website:
clintoncommunitygarden.org and our links. If you need to interview us for
your research, please let us know..

Bon Chance,

Adam 

> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Emilie Cameron [SMTP:emilie_cameron@hotmail.com]
> Sent:	Monday, October 25, 1999 10:53 AM
> To:	community_garden@mallorn.com
> Subject:	[cg] social impacts of collective gardens
> 
>    I am a third-year Environmental Studies student at McGill University 
> (Montreal, Canada), and I am looking into the impacts of socially-driven 
> collective gardens on the volunteers involved.  This research is part of a
> 
> full cost-benefit analysis of the gardens (including costs of inputs,
> amount 
> of harvest, etc.).
>    The focus of my project is Écoinitiatives, an organization that manages
> 
> several collective gardens in Montreal for the purpose of contributing to 
> social and ecological improvement in their community.  A portion of the 
> harvest is donated to the local Food bank, and the rest is shared among
> the 
> low-income volunteers that work in the garden.
>    I am looking for advice on how to structure research of this kind (e.g.
> 
> interviews, surveys, etc.) and how to most effectively present my
> findings.  
> Are there other community gardens that have attempted to study the social 
> benefits of the their work, and if so, how?
>    Thank you for any comments or advice,
> 
> Emilie Cameron
> (514) 392-9704
> 
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