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RE: Conference???


Comrades,

I'm jealous. It's just horrible how work can get in the way of doing the
things we really want to do. Maybe next year...

Adam 

> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Kerr, Thomas J. [SMTP:KerrT@missouri.edu]
> Sent:	Wednesday, September 13, 2000 11:36 AM
> To:	'Sharon Gordon'; 'ACGA Community Gardens List'
> Subject:	RE: [cg] Conference???
> 
> Sharon,
> 
> There were a number of very exciting events, tours and sessions which
> marked
> Atlanta as a superb conference. As one person reported: "I go to other
> conferences for information; I come to ACGA conference for inspiration." I
> couldn't agree more. 
> 
> Some of the Board members and committee staffers mentioned gathering
> insights, inputs and highlights of the conference. These would most likely
> include the all wonderful annecdotes (such as a sincronized swimming team
> which spelled out ACGA on Friday night in the pool!) from the weekend, as
> well as references to the working sessions and sharing groups will lead
> the
> list. Those will most likely appear on this list as well as in ACGA's
> Community Greening Review. 
> 
> In a couple of weeks, after folks have returned to their desks and can
> edit
> the bar napkins and sidebars of their programs, there should be some fun
> glimpses of the events and information exchanged. Of course, and
> unfortunately for all not present, these highlights cannot compare to the
> excited atmosphere and gracious hospitality of the Atlanta conference. For
> that we can only repeat the common phrase repeated again and again of our
> host organization - Georgia Extension and the Atlanta Urban Gardening
> Program - not to mention the powerhouse of Bobby Wilson, and the tireless
> staff supporting the conference. 
> 
> In solidarity, 
> Tom 
> 
>        ------------------------
> Tom Kerr
> Food Circles Networking Project - Kansas City
> University of Missouri Outreach and Extension
> 2700 E. 18th Street, Suite 240
> Kansas City, MO 64127
> tel: (816) 482-5888
> fax: (816) 482-5880 
> www.foodcircles.missouri.edu
> 
> 
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Sharon Gordon [mailto:gordonse@one.net]
> Sent: Wednesday, September 13, 2000 9:14 AM
> To: community_garden@mallorn.com
> Subject: [cg] Conference???
> 
> 
> For those that just got back from Atlanta, what sort of new and
> interesting
> things stood out from the presentations?  Did you get to visit any
> interesting gardens?  Inquiring minds would love to know :-).
> 
> Sharon
> gordonse@one.net
> 
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