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In regards to your question about separating the "garden" info from 
bio-technology info, some people might be offended by what they perceive to 
be political or technical stuff, but I am very interested in both. Separating 
the 2 would not bother me, but people working on community gardens need to 
know everything about food security, don't you think?
And maybe the people leaving aren't leaving because of the bio technology? 
My personal thoughts for what they're worth.
Kay Stoltz
Spokane Community Gardens  

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