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RE: FW: I'm interested in community gardening

  • Subject: RE: [cg] FW: I'm interested in community gardening
  • From: "Honigman, Adam" Adam.Honigman@Bowne.com
  • Date: Mon, 30 Sep 2002 18:36:21 -0400

No matter how you spell it ( "fundraising" or "fund raising"). it's integral to all community garden efforts. Make ongoing fundraising integral to your plannng.
Best wishes,
Adam Honigman
-----Original Message-----
From: Honigman, Adam [mailto:Adam.Honigman@bowne.com]
Sent: Monday, September 30, 2002 6:14 PM
To: 'joolez@popmail.com'
Cc: list serve (E-mail)
Subject: RE: [cg] FW: I'm interested in community gardening

Dear Ms. Kennedy,
1) You have not gone out on a limb, you're come to the right place. Please make yourself a nice pot of tea, put some paper in your printer and go to the American Community Gardening Association website where the master gardeners of this organization have organized a wealth of information on community garden start-ups, organizing, fund raising, planning, fundraising, accessibilty for seniors and the physically challenged, kids, educational programming, food security, the works. There are also links to community gardens all over the US, Canada and the world. Bookmark what you like, print what you want to share or want to put into a notebook. Once you've done some reading and refined your questions, please come back to this listserve. The master gardeners on this list will be more than glad to point out the way.
2) A church garden program that comes to mind immediately is St. John's United Church of Christ Organic Community Garden, St. John's United Church of Christ, 315 Gay Street, Phoenixville, PA 19460 which is coordinated by ACGA stalwart, Dorene Pasekoff.


2) A favorite church community garden of mine in NYC is sited St Lukes in the Field on Hudson Street : http://www.stlukeinthefields.org/. Although the site doesn't say much about the garden ( " In 1956, deteriorating houses surrounding the chapel were razed, and a school building, playground and garden were constructed.") the garden here is serene, beautiful and highly conducive to meditation, prayer or a quiet sandwich during lunch hour.

Please let us know how you're progessing. This listserve is a service of the American Community Gardening Association. Once your garden is up and running, please consider becoming an member ( http://www.communitygarden.org/about/membership.html ).

Best wishes,

Adam Honigman, Volunteer  Clinton Community Garden

-----Original Message-----
From: Sally McCabe [mailto:SMcCabe@Pennhort.org]
Sent: Monday, September 30, 2002 5:24 PM
To: list serve (E-mail)

 Subject: [cg] FW: I'm interested in community gardening 
-----Original Message-----
From: Julia Kennedy [mailto:joolez@popmail.com]
Sent: Tuesday, September 10, 2002 12:53 AM
To: Sally McCabe; sallymcc@libertynet.org
Subject: I'm interested in community gardening

Hi there: I'm going to go a little bit out on a limb here. I live in Bakersfield, California and I belong to a church called Downtown Christian Fellowship. I would love our church to have a community garden ministry. By that, I mean I would love for us to be able to purchase a piece of land that, over time, would become a kind of oasis for prayer, reflection and yes, even growing our own food and sharing with the community.
While vacationing in Key West, I visited two gardens, not the veggie growing type, but with lush plants and places to sit and wander. I began to wonder if Bakersfield could use the same thing.
My question is this: could you offer me some simple pointers, or suggest some other resources which would help us get started? I don't know the first thing, but in my heart I'm very excited about this.
Thank you for your time and suggestions.
Julia Kennedy
Bakersfield, CA.

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