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Re: ACGA List serve >> digest available

  • Subject: Re: [cg] ACGA List serve >> digest available
  • From: Tom Rice tomrice@berkeley.edu
  • Date: Fri, 15 Sep 2006 12:44:52 -0700

Hi all,

I would like to point out that the e-mails are available in a once-a-day digest. This takes care of that e-mail swamping problem. Unsubscribe from the list and then re-subscribe using the digest option. (After they get the listserv subscribe/unsubscribe function fixed, of course!)

Tom Rice
White Crane Springs Community Garden
San Francisco

At 12:07 PM 9/15/2006, Kirby, Ellen wrote:
Dear Friends,

Everyone who subscribes to this list serve does it for different
reasons. Some folks get onto it then realize it just isn't for tem.
That's ok.

If there are glitches in the system, there are people behind the scenes
trying to work out the glitches and others trying to explain how to use
the list serve. All of us are volunteers in this process.

If you have too much email you can delete all the list serve items you
don't want or have time to read. They are always available in the ACGA
webpage at www.communitygarden.org in the Archives section.

Let's be patient with each other and enjoy the fact that this is one of
the very best ways to exchange information and avoid the isolation that
many feel when they are trying to create something new or sustain
something old.

Thanks goodness for those people who do a lot of research for all of us
and are willing to share their knowledge with the rest of us.

Onward and upward.

Ellen


Ellen Kirby, Director
Brooklyn GreenBridge
Community Horticulture Program
Brooklyn Botanic Garden


718.623-7251

ellenkirby@bbg.org <mailto:ellenkirby@bbg.org>
www.BBG.org <http://www.bbg.org/>


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