In densely populated cities, some better known for high crime rates or snowy winters, communities are designing public gardens where neighbors work together to produce fresh food. Many gardens grow food for those in need and offer youth programs; some have been credited with reducing crime rates. Join in the fun if you live in one of these places, or start your own community garden to get your city on next year’s list.
These 10 cities make urban gardening simple with the most community gardens per capita, according to the Trust for Public Land, a nonprofit land conservation organization.
Sit in on dozens of practical workshops from the leading authorities on natural health, organic gardening, real food and more!LEARN MORE