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RE: Help - books?

  • Subject: RE: [cg] Help - books?
  • From: "McKenna, Valarie" mckval13@evergreen.edu
  • Date: Mon, 23 Sep 2002 19:45:24 -0700

Title: RE: [cg] Help - books?


Here are a couple of books that I have founds:

Coe, M.L. 1978.  Growing with Community Gardening.  The Countryman Press, Taftsville, VT.

Huff, B. 1990.  Greening the City Streets.  Clarion Books, NY.

Hynes, H. P.  1996.  A Patch of Eden.  American's Inner-City Gardeners.  Chelsea Green Publ. Co., White River Junction. VT.

Jobb. J.  1979.  The Complete Book of Community Gardening.  Morrow Quill, NY.

Naimark, S.  1982.  A Handbook of Community Gardening.  By Boston Urban Gardeners.  Charles Scribner's Sons, NY. 

I hope these help. 

Valarie McKenna

-----Original Message-----
From: Kerridwen Mangala McNamara
To: community_garden@mallorn.com
Sent: 9/22/2002 9:39 PM
Subject: [cg] Help - books?


I have had a (university-based) community garden in two states and am
looking for more information and advice.

I have not been able to identify any books that focus on the unique
needs of community gardeners.

(Not studies, please, "normal" gardening books.)

Kerridwen McNamara

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