Community Gardening for Everyone
A series of interviews with community gardeners across North America.
People working together, collaborating to plant, nurture and grow food, feed pollinators, and restore natural spaces are just some of the elements of community gardening.
Every year, Gardening Know How awards up to 20 school or community garden projects a Community Garden Sponsorship. The program supports our belief in the idea of cooperative gardening of all kinds. Community gardens are inherently beneficial to neighborhoods, students, veterans, those with housing or food insufficiency, and to the planet itself. Tending gardens at a group level lets us collectively experience the true joys of gardening.
Learn more about the program here
Each guest in our new series is an organizational leader of a thriving community or school garden, and a past recipient of our Gardening Know How Sponsorship. They have a lot to teach all of us all about gardening, whether we’re home gardeners, urban or country gardeners, or interested newbies.
Sign in to this free series of interviews to hear how these amazing gardening activists have learned ways to revive soil, resolve watering problems, deal with harsh climates, and work as a group for the greater good.
New York, NY
Show Low, AZ
Port Washington, NY
Las Vegas, NV
Our host LaManda is an author, speaker, master gardener, and a firm believer that the world is a better place with more gardeners in it.
We are currently accepting applications for the 2023 Sponsorship program.