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  1. 34 pages, illustrated
    635.09 ECH
  2. A step-by-step guide to organizing, building and maintaining a community garden to grow nutritious, great tasting food, provide opportunities for economic development and create a safe, comfortable place for neighbors to work and play.
    635.091 FIT
  3. Community gardening enhances the fabric of towns and cities through social interactions and accessibility to fresh food, creating an enormously positive effect in the lives of everyone it touches. LaManda Joy, the founder of Chicago’s Peterson Garden Project and a board member of the American...
    635. JOY
  4. A community gardener’s delight! This book offers a selection of the best stories and articles about community gardening from the American Community Gardening Association's magazines, 1982 to 2004. Honoring ACGA's 25th anniversary, it features practical, time-tested information on how to make your...
    635. BOE
  5. Hank Bruce The garden can be a place of healing, a place where everyone can be accepted, where stress can be lost and peace discovered. In this book Hank Bruce introduces the field of horticultural therapy and describes the garden as a powerful place of renewal and connection. On a lighter note, the chapter...
    615.851 BRU
  6. Ellen Muehlhoff and Jane Sherman School gardens can help to provide healthy school meals and generate income for school funds, but they are primarily a platform for learning - learning how to grow food for a healthy diet, improve the soil, protect the environment, market food for profit, enjoy garden food and, not least,...
    372.357 FAO
  7. Arnold Pacey The subject of this particular manual is the basic technology of horticulture and vegetabl-growing, as it applies mainly to family gardens. It deals largely with the way this kind of vegetable cultivation has been encouraged through extension activities initiated mostly by health service workers...
    635.091 PAC | PD.050, PD.051
  8. Marny Smith et al The Save the Children School Garden Manual has been compiled in the belief that this essential activity can be incorporated in school programs in a way that enriches the depth and variety of the school curriculum; while also teaching students more about an activity which, in many parts of the...
    635. SMI
  9. American Community Gardening Association In this issue of The Greening Review, ACGA highlights initiatives that some communities are implementing in their work to education about and to address childhood obesity in their neighborhoods.
    631.5 COM
  10. Mary Beth Lind et al Not so long ago most fresh food on North American tables came from home gardens and local farmers markets. Today, the average item of food travels more than a thousand miles before it lands on our tables. It's a remarkable technological accomplishment, but has not proven to be healthy for our...
    641.597 LIN