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Posted by ididit USDA Zone 7 (My Page) on
Mon, Mar 28, 05 at 13:09

Hi - I just wanted to share with you our Community Garden. It has about 60 plots of varying sizes and is pretty active! We've had little opportunity to work in it so far because of all the rain, but it should be growing lots very soon. I made us a website last year, but it isn't getting many hits. I hope it'll get more interest as time goes on. It has a forum, lots of pictures and recipes, etc. If you are interested, please visit our website. Thanks so much!

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Hi from Australia. From time to time I take a look at some of the forums I don't usually visit. Which today led me to your website. Very nicely done. I love the fruit and veg creatures page.

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Thanks very much for visiting our website! I'm glad you enjoyed some of the pictures. There are some very creative people out there!

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Nice looking gardens, everything looks good!! The vegetable creatures are so very creative. Thaks for sharing the photos/website.

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Just wanted to let you know another person viewed and appreciated your website today. I've just read some nightmare stories of community gardens on other threads, so this was a welcome reprieve. I'm sorry there isn't any info. yet on the children's program, as I'm hoping to start something that involves young people and seniors.

Keep up the good work!

Carolyn in The Heart of New York State

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