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RE: Vietnamese/ Lao gardens

  • Subject: RE: [cg] Vietnamese/ Lao gardens
  • From: "Honigman, Adam" <Adam.Honigman@Bowne.com>
  • Date: Tue, 25 Sep 2001 14:30:31 -0400

Chris,

Don Lambert coordinates Gardeners in Community Development,  "the oldest,
best, and
almost only community gardening group in north Texas",  with many Vietnamese
and Cambodian/Lao gardeners. I've attached the website for his garden. The
"Visitor's Guide to Community Gardens" has some interesting material on
Asian gardens

  http://community.dallasnews.com/dmn/growingpeople

Gardening in Community Development is doing a very interesting fall
festival, and if you can get there on Sunday the 30th, you will undoubtedly
get some great information and interviews.

From a flyer that Don forwarded me ( sometimes I get these last minute
business trips and can make garden visits) 

"Gardeners In Community Development
Community Garden Fall Festival & Dallas - Landmine Removal Campaign (
Adopt-A-Minefield: Clear a path to a safer world) 

Sunday September 30th, 2001
1. Fundraiser for Landmine Removal Campaign  2-4 pm

2. Community Garden Fall Festival  3-7 pm
Help Clear a Landmine Field in Cambodia

Food  Garden Tours   Music   Dancing  

Location: East Dallas Community Garden
1416 N. Fitzhugh Ave. ( Between Bryan & Ross)

For more information, contact Gardeners in Community Development, 901
Greenbriar Lane, Richardson, TX 75080 Tel: (972) 231-3565

Don gives lectures to local garden groups on many of the South East Asian
vegetables that gardeners grow in local community gardens. Amazing stuff. 

Talk about looking beyond your garden gates ( all the way to the other side
of the world!)

Best wishes
Adam Honigman






-----Original Message-----
From: Christopher M. Smith [mailto:mapman420@yahoo.com]
Sent: Monday, September 24, 2001 7:54 PM
To: community_garden@mallorn.com
Subject: [cg] Vietnamese/ Hmong gardens


Greetings!
Does anyone have any tips on research/articles regarding Asian community
gardens, specifically Hmong and Vietnamese, in the US?  Any articles,
websites, pointing in the right direction of, etc. would be greatly
appreciated.  
Smiles to you all,
Chris

=====
Christopher M. Smith
Department of Geography
University of Georgia 
Athens GA  30602

Think Glocally, Act Glocally.

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