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CG's on School District property??

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KarinK - CA
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Wed, Jul 19, 00 at 0:29

Are there any examples out there of a WORKING community garden located on LAUSD (or any school district) property? If so, what are the parameters of use?

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RE: CG's on School District property??

Yes, Contact the Terra Linda Rec Center in Marin County, they have a plot on unused land on school district property

RE: CG's on School District property??

I don't know what school district it was but I saw a segment on HGTV where a woman started a program w/kids in an L.A. school. They turned an old parking lot (I believe school property) into a vegatable garden. The kids care for it aand harvest the produse for home ec. class.

RE: CG's on School District property??

I'd like to contact the woman who has the community garden as seen on HGTV...any info? Does anyone know how I can Make contact?

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