Our 2009 Greening Review and previous editions of the Greening Review feature topics of interest to the community gardening world as well as to the academic, professional, non-governmental, and governmental worlds. The 2009 edition and the 1999 – 2003 editions of the Community Greening Review can be downloaded below. The 25th Anniversary edition is available […]
Seed Money SeedMoney is a great way to catapult your garden’s sustainable fundraising plan. They are offering Challenge Grants and Merit Grants. “Challenge Grants” will be awarded to the first 75 projects that are able to raise $600 via their crowdfunding pages during SeedMoney’s 30-day challenge period running from November 15 to December 15. “Merit Grants” are more […]
Get answers to some frequently asked questions about community gardening!
Starting your own vegetable plants from seed makes a lot of sense for community gardeners. For the modest price of a seed packet, a community garden group can grow more than enough tomatoes or peppers for an average vacant lot-sized garden. That’s not all – you also have a potential educational benefit if you can get kids involved in the process, and you can grow choice varieties–especially heirlooms–rarely available in garden centers. You can also time your growing so you’ve got top quality seedlings ready to go at the best time for your particular gardens.
Use these tips to build support and protection for your garden from a variety of stakeholders and local leaders!
Gardeners may not agree on the best mulch or the perfect fertilizer, but there’s one thing that every gardener agrees on: when it comes time to purchase tools, buy the best. Quality garden tools are an investment that yield dividends over time. Here are the top 10 gardening tools every community garden should own. 1. […]
Learn great ways to garden with children!
The following steps are adapted from the American Community Garden Association’s guidelines for launching a successful community garden in your neighborhood.