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Re: ACGA membership

  • Subject: Re: [cg] ACGA membership
  • From: Sally McCabe sallymcc@libertynet.org
  • Date: Wed, 3 Sep 2003 19:03:58 -0400

Justin

Here are the different levels:
Student/youth--self-explanatory $25 entitles you to the Community Gardener Newsletter, Community Greening Review, and reduced admission to annual and regional conferences.

*Community Gardener-- somebody who doesn't have an organization to cover membership $25
entitles you to the Community Gardener Newsletter, Community Greening Review, and reduced registration to annual and regional conferences.

*Professional/Friend of ACGA --self-explanatory $50 entitles you to the Community Gardener Newsletter, Community Greening Review, free publications and reduced registration to annual and regional conferences.

*Note: Individual memberships (CG, Prof, Friend) are intended for those without organizational affiliation or who are with a member organization and wish to further support ACGA

Library $50 entitles you to the Community Gardener Newsletter, Community Greening Review, free publications, but not reduced registration to annual and regional conferences.

Organizational-- for an organization $100 entitles you to the Community Gardener Newsletter, Community Greening Review, free publications and up to 4 reduced registrations to annual and regional conferences.


Supporting $200
Sustaining $500
Corporate $1000

These levels are for those who can afford to support community gardening on a national level. I believe Corporate members get free admission to conferences, but I'm not sure.

We've always been a a low-budget organization made up predominantly of low-budget organizations and individuals. We were forced to raise the membership rates in 2002 or stop putting out publications.

Policy has always been to pay what your conscience can bear--or the highest level your budget can bear.

Sally McCabe


You can reach Jason Thies at the ACGA National Office at jthies@managementconsultantscorp.com




At 10:25 AM -0500 9/3/2003, Justin Russell wrote:
Hey all,
I can't seem to get any information from the ACGA about the different levels
of membership. I keep emailing them, but they never write me back. Does
anybody know their phone number or the difference between a student,
professional, and organizational membership. My organization has a small
budget and I'm not sure I can justify $100 for a membership to ACGA. Please
help!
Thanks.

Justin Russell
Inter-Faith Ministries
Campaign To End Childhood Hunger
Americorps*VISTA
Gardening Projects Coordinator/ Anti-Hunger Curriculum Coordinator
829 N. Market
Wichita, KS 67214-3519
(316) 264-9303 (ex.113)
(316) 264-2233 (fax)


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To post an e-mail to the list:  community_garden@mallorn.com

To subscribe, unsubscribe or change your subscription:  https://secure.mallorn.com/mailman/listinfo/community_garden





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