1. 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,...
  2. Creating and maintaining community and school gardens has been identified as an effective strategy to increase healthy food awareness and consumption. Fresh fruit and vegetables have unfortunately been linked to over 450 outbreaks of foodborne illness in the U.S. since 1990. In commercial food...
  3. 06 តុលា 2010 Growing a Garden Cityincludes: Fifteen first-person stories of personal and civic transformation from a range of individuals, including farmers and community garden members, a low-income senior and troubled teen, a foodie, a food bank officer, and many more Seven in-depth “How It Works” sections...
  4. 34 pages, illustrated
  5. 01 មករា 1987 The Garden in the City project is designed for 4-H clubs, schools and communites who have had little experience with gardening. The project begins in early February with indoor gardening activities and ends in June with an outdoor garden plot ready to harvest early vegetables and then plant a...
  6. 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.
  7. 01 មិថុនា 1990 This report reviews the operational experiences, problems and concerns encountered, and the lessons learned by both USAID and non-USAID assisted home and community gardening projects. 33 pages plus appendices 2 copies Report no. TA-2
  8. 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.
  9. 01 មករា 2001 Cultivating Community explores some basic principles and values that underlie successful community empowerment programs of any kind, and illustrates how these principles have been applied to community gardens across the country. This paper is intended as a resource for individuals, organizations...
  10. 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...