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 […]
Interested in research on community gardens and greening? Here is ACGA’s collection of links to studies and reports about how community garden programs benefit their communities, are being implemented, and affect their surroundings!
ACGA, in its effort to improve the knowledge and practice of community gardening, has formed a Research Committee, which is open to all members. For more information on how to be involved with the Research Committee please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Our 2009 Greening Review and previous editions of the Greening Review feature topics of interest to […]
IOBY If you’ve ever considered the possibility of crowd-funding to support your community garden or urban farm but weren’t sure how to start, the answer is now in your backyard. ioby.org, an environmental nonprofit, has just announced its national expansion after a successful NYC pilot fully funded nearly 2000 community-led parks, garden, biking, hiking, composting […]
Every month, ACGA sends out an e-newsletter to share the latest information, trends, research, and articles related to community gardening! Below is an archive of old newsletters from between 2002 and 2008.
Use these tips to build support and protection for your garden from a variety of stakeholders and local leaders!
Learn great ways to garden with children!