CGMC is a new cooperative venture comprised of existing community garden practioners and others wanting to bolster the community garden scene in the Valley of the Sun. We meet monthly and are steadily advancing our goal of reaching out to every existing community garden in the county. Beyond that, we endeavor to offer CGs needed support and to help grow the number of successful CGs in The Valley.Please join our Facebook page: Community Gardeners of Maricopa County.David HillCoordinator, Desert…Read more…
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American Community Garden Association
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APB for Community Gardens!!I am researching community gardens in the Phoenix metropolitan area. Do you know of a local community garden? Be it a church, school, non-profit, municipal or true local garden, I’d like to know about it. Please send me:Its name (if it has one),Address/location,and the name and contact info of its owner, manager, coordinator, etc. Thanks,Erik.Wilson@PeoriaAZ.govRead more…
Do you have a school garden or want to start one? Would you like to use the produce from the garden in your cafeteria? We can help! The Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) School Garden Program can help get you on your way to a bountiful harvest. ADHS offer free services that include helping design your garden, checking your soil for lead, and issuing a certificate to use your harvest in your school cafeteria. Certification is recognized by local county health departments and developed…Read more…
Is your school interested in creating an outdoor classroom, harvesting rainwater, and creating native habitat? Watershed Management Group is pleased to offer grant funding for schools to participate in WMG's Schoolyard Water Conservation Education Program in 2014. WMG will select 4–6 schools in the Tucson and Phoenix regions to receive funding, up to $4,000 per school, to cover project costs.As part of the application process, at least one school representative is required to attend our School…Read more…
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