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Re: new member

  • Subject: Re: [cg] new member
  • From: Adam36055@aol.com
  • Date: Sun, 5 Sep 2004 21:17:15 EDT


Thank you for joining the ACGA.  Among the many projects and services that your membership dollars will help support is the ACGA  website, which is filled with a wealth of knowledge gleaned from decades of community garden practice.

Here are some links:

American Community Gardening Association

ACGA:Links index

ACGA: Starting a CG 

community_garden archives

Successful Leadership Techniques in Community Gardens

Also, you can find publications on community gardening for sale on the ACGA website which are very useful. 

And here's the website from the community garden I've been involved with for a very long time in NYC -  Clinton Community Garden

Adam Honigman
Clinton Community Garden

Subj: [cg] new member
Date: 9/5/04 4:04:52 PM Eastern Daylight Time
From: star_seed111@yahoo.com
To: community_garden@mallorn.com
Sent from the Internet

Hi, I just joined.
We live in Asheville, NC within the city and I just
asked my neighbor who has a house on two lots, on of
which is fenced in and unused (they are elderly and
disabled) if he would consider a community garden....
He did not reject the idea, so i agreed to produce
some literature to look at to aid in his decision
making and go from there.  Alot of the residents in
our neighborhood have shady back yards and cannot
veggie garden so.....anyway any words of wisdom to
start with??
thanks so much

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