Community Gardening

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By Katherine L. Adam

Published: 2011

Updated: 2011

© NCAT

IP376

16 pages


Introduction

This publication is intended for organizations supporting community-gardening development. It provides information on starting community gardens and points to further resources for establishing and managing them. It also looks at the history of community gardens.

Table of Contents

Introduction
Starting a Community Garden
Marketing and Distribution
Profile: Oakhurst Community Garden Project, Decatur, Georgia
History of Community Gardening
Summary
References
Further Resources
Appendix: Starting a Community Garden

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