Compost Crank


Shouldn’t you enjoy everything in your garden? The Compost Crank makes composting fast, easy, and fun! Visit for more information. ACGA members receive a discount!             Read More

Environmental Education in the Community Garden

The American Community Gardening Association and member organization Peterson Garden Project  have been working since 2012 on a grant that promotes environmental education in the community garden setting. Due to funding delays, the program began in earnest in 2014. (Note: Another program in this grant was conducted with member organization Metro Atlanta Urban Farm in […] Read More

Paying for a College Education through Agricultural Training


Paying for a college education with agricultural training A Debt Free Road to “New York City” Charles Magee, PhD, Professor Biological and Agricultural Systems Engineering (BASE) Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU) New York City, one of the world’s greatest metropolis, and a city where one can find love, joy, happiness, sadness, and all the […] Read More

2014 Community Greening Review

The Community Greening Review has gone paperless! All the articles and insights you love without the guilt.  Download your copy today! Greening Review 2014 – Vol. 19 Articles in this issue include: POLICY Food Justice and Local Zoning Policy: A Collaborative System Tommy Bleasdale COMMUNITY FOOD ACCESS Common Goals, Uncommon Paths: Community Gardens in Rural and […] Read More

Corona Tool Discount Code

Corona Tools is offering ACGA members a 20% discount on their products and free US shipping on all items except wheel barrows due to the size and weight. —————————————————————————————————————————————————————————— —————————————————————————————————————————————————————————— To redeem your discount use this code for the month of September and October: Purchase your tools here: Read More

US Postal Service Honors Farmers Markets


Thursday August 7, 2014 the U.S. Postal Service honored farmers markets by creating four new stamps. The stamps, which the USPS introduced along with Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack at a Washington, D.C., farmers market, show breads, fruits and vegetables, flowers and plants that are commonly on display for sale at thousands of farmers markets around […] Read More