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Re: community_garden digest, Vol 1 #453 - 1 msg

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> Date: Mon, 18 Sep 2000 16:36:32 -0700
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> Subject: [cg] Cumminuty Gardens ?
> We are a rural arts organization who has been given for ninty nine years A
> wonderful tract of twenty three acres.
> The rustic old flea market buildings serve as studio's and galleries for
> first time artist and regular demonstraters.  Antique dealers are allowed
> but nothing NEW is ever sold except art supplies and foods.
> We already have turned an old logging trail into a flat (for people with
> special needs) trail ten feet across and one mile long.  The trail also
> serves as a display back ground for all types of outdoor art.
> We are labeling the trees and having other work done to  provide tours
> every day through this virgin hardwood trail.
> We are working with the department of Agr and natural resourses to aquire
> help but we have  found that most of the funds require match and we do not
> have these resourses.
> Do you have a suggestion where I might look for additional information and
> funding.  We would like to make several gardens on the property.  One to
> include vegetables for the elderly population.  We know this one will be
> very successful.  Most older eople in the area like to grow.  They always
> have grown their own foods. Now they are too old to weed a half acre. A
> small 12X12 will do.?
> Please let us know if you have any suggestions.
>   Thanks in advance.
> Tom Harrelson
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