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    I got the email with the map. But for some reason I couldn't see the map.

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    map did not show on my email either.

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    Here is one

    <a href="http://www.50states.com/us.htmMap

    Here is one of the time zones
    Time Zones

    Here is one of cenus zones
    http://www.census.gov/geo/www/us_regdiv.pdf

    Now we have to turn to our books and figure out where all the CPs populations are. I found a map of them last year, but have not been so lucky this year. After you look at all the info try to figure how we should set our regions and how many there should be to start with. Remember after there are too many growers in a region that region can be broken into areas with the area heads answering to the regional head.
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    Thanks for the maps. Very helpful.
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    I am thinking that the areas of his CP growth will quickly have more growers and probably the regions should be smaller in those areas.
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    I don't understand what the regions are. I thought CP growers would be divided into regions based on where they are, but the last few posts seem to say regions will be based on where CP populations are. Most CP growers aren't where the (natural) CP populations are.
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    No, not where the cps are, but there are more growers consentrated in those areas due to the climate. The entire US will be divided into regions, but some regions will be expected to find growers faster than others. Hope that Helps Come to the meeting on the 10th and maybe we can explain better.
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    We need to find a good balance for regions..
    for example, having each state be its own region is obviously too many regions..
    we would need to find a "regional head grower" for each of the 50 states..
    thats totally unreasonable.

    on the flip side, dividing up the USA into say, 4 regions, north, south, east west, is too few regions, and each "RHG" would have far too many people to keep track of..

    so we need something in between.

    Perhaps something like this:
    (this is just a very rough draft..off the top of my head..open to debate and changes!

    http://img409.imageshack.us/img409/4...ondraft3tc.gif


    you also have to factor in population density..
    for example, the "North East region" looks much smaller than the "plains region" in terms of area..and it is.
    but more people live in he NE region than the plains region..
    so the regions would also need to be balanced out in terms of number of NASC members in each region..

    Scot

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