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Re: Malaysian Effort at Encouraging Gardening

  • Subject: [cg] Re: Malaysian Effort at Encouraging Gardening
  • From: roslaini roslaini@streamyx.com
  • Date: Fri, 09 Sep 2005 09:25:03 +0800

Dear Sir,


I am a Malaysian who has been following the activities of Community
Gardeners for more than a year. While actively doing my own gardening or
more specifically supervising gardening since at 67 I feel that physically I
am not able to do most of the heavy chores, on my 9 acre farm, my main
interest in following your activities is also to gain insight as to how to
courage other Malaysians to take up gardening for recreation.

Before I initiate any action in that direction, I do not wish to duplicate
the effort if there is already someone or an organization doing that. Has
there been an approach made to you from Malaysia indicating that such a move
is in the offing.

Best regards,

Mohamed Saufi.





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