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Re: curriculum


At 10:04 PM 09/28/2000 -0400, Kim Frazier wrote:
>Hey there!  I am brand new to this list, and I am interested in finding
>curricula for gardening with kids, especially high school age.  Does
>anyone have suggestions for where to look or who to talk to?
>

Hey, Tom--

Check out www.kidsgardening.com for all you would want and more, from the
good folks at the National Gardening Association.

Hope this helps,

Dawn



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Holdfast Farm
5561 Budd Road
New Albany, Indiana  47150-9109
(812) 949-9008					

ripley@iglou.com
www.members.iglou.com/ripley




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