Kids in the Garden; Learning and Growing cannot take place without space. Many of us may not have enough space in our yards (if we even have them) for a garden bed. For some people, container gardening may be a great start, but when you have caught the gardening bug, there is a need for MORE!
What can you do?
When space in the soil and sunlight is limited, a community garden plot may be an option for your planting needs. A community garden is an area of land that is shared and gardened by a group of people. Similar to a school garden, this area is planted and maintained by the group. Our guest writer , Amandine, is here to share with you her community garden experience. Amandine is a talented mom and gardener, who when the sunshine wasn't long and strong enough in her yard, headed to the local gardening co-op to grow healthy food and teach her children about life cycles and responsibility. ~ Amanda