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starting up a community garden on a college campus

Posted by
Sara Brown
(zorb111@hotmail.com) on
Thu, Dec 27, 01 at 20:36

Hi!!! I am pondering whether it is possible to start a community garden on a college campus or if there is strict bureaucratic backlash against such an organization. Despite somehow getting it approved by the grounds keeping do you know of any grants in the Houston area or nationally that are offered for an artistically minded venture? Thanks.


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RE: starting up a community garden on a college campus

Hi Sarah - I live in Vancouver, B.C. There are community gardens at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver. So it can be done! I don't know who you could contact about this. I'll try to attach a link to a web site with info about community gardening in BC. It's at www.cityfarmer.org

Good luck with your project.

Here is a link that might be useful: Vancouver Community Garden Report


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