We read Palaces for the People: How Social Infrastructure Can Help Fight Inequality, Polarization, and the Decline of Civic Life by Eric Klinenberg and believe that only librarians will love this book more than community gardeners.
Wondering how you can get rid of the weeds in your garden without resorting to toxic chemicals? We’ve pulled together a handy infographic to help!
Bees are responsible for one out of three bites of food we eat — therefore we need to safeguard our food supply by increasing the population of solitary bees, such as mason bees, and working to create and protect their habitat.
Share Community gardening can incorporate the triple-bottom-line goal of sustainability – to provide benefits that combine the environment, economic development, and social equity. ACGA is committed to helping advance sustainability, and we are working on compiling a solid list of resources to help you and your community garden’s efforts to reach that triple-bottom line, as […]
Share Interested in learning more about the people and organizations that are fighting to preserve land in your neighborhood and from coast to coast? Check out these groups dedicated to open land preservation to learn more! National Organizations American Farmland Trust: The mission of American Farmland Trust is to save the land that sustains us by […]
Share Do you have limited space around you, but plenty above? Gardening on rooftops is a growing trend, especially in urban locations, and there is an increasing number of links and resources available to help you plant a successful harvest above your head.