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Researching the History of Community Gardening

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Leah Smith - Ohio
(smith_lj@denison.edu) on
Fri, May 19, 00 at 11:26

I am doing summer research on the history of the community garden movement in the US. I am looking for good books or websites which might help me out.


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RE: Researching the History of Community Gardening

Leah, You might want to try The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society, 100 N. 20th Street, 5th Floor, Philadelphia, PA, 19103, 215-988-8800. Through their program, Philadelphia Green, they do a lot of community gardening and have for a long time.


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RE: Researching the History of Community Gardening

Just happened upon another site for you, www.cityfarmer.org It is a Canadian site but if you use their search you can find info about US gardens


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