community gardening

Kim found herself in the world of food and nutrition because of her work at Garden Harvest, an organic farm just outside of Baltimore, Maryland and her tenure at the Washington Youth Garden at the U.S. National Arboretum in Washington D.C. As you may have guessed, she is passionate about gardening, agriculture and the community gardening movement! Food gardens are a great way connect to your food source and understand that you are what you eat. Here are some ways that you can get involved with community gardening projects on both a local (DC metro area) and national level.

American Community Gardening Association
Baltimore Green Space
City Blossoms
Community Greening Resource Network
DC Schoolyard Greening
Eco City Farms
Edible Schoolyard
Field to Fork Network
Food Project
Food Studies
Green Tables
Grow It. Eat It.
Growing Power
NGA Food Gardening Guide
Neighborhood Farm Initiative
School Garden Curricula
Slow Food in Schools
Urban Nutrition Initiative
Washington Youth Garden
Washington DC Community Gardens

 

 

 

 

 

 
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