-“Community Gardening is 10% Food and 90% Community,” Bobby L. Wilson, Former President ACGA, Metro-Atlanta Urban Farms.

-“People want to grow organically and know where and how their food was grown,” Bill Maynard, Former President ACGA, City of Sacramento, CA

-“Community gardening is a chance to meet new friends and feed yourself and others”, Cordalie Benoit, ACGA Board Member (Treasurer), Vermont

-“Neighbors coming together in the shared stewardship of open space”, Bill LoSasso, ACGA Board Member (Secretary), Green Thumb New York City

-“For over 38 Years ACGA has been committed to promoting community gardening and urban agriculture”, states Charlie A. Monroe, President of the American Community Gardening Association and Natural Resource Manager for Cobb County PARKS. To him, “Community gardening creates an opportunity to communicate and grow in a healthy spirit.”

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