Magical Children's Garden Design Ideas 2021 | Family Food Garden
Build a sunflower fort, a pizza garden, a pole bean teepee fort or create fun children's garden design ideas. Create fairytale garden with fairy wands
The Scotts Miracle-Gro Community Garden Campus - Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens
A horticultural and educational institution showcasing exotic plant collections, special exhibitions, and Dale Chihuly artworks.
McGill University students to design triangular “Growing our Community” garden pavilion in Ottawa
Architecture grad students Luis Alvarez, Wai Kan Chan, and Di Wang from McGill University had the winning proposal for the “Growing our Community” student design competition, which is part of Canada's 150th anniversary celebration. The
10 successful Kickstarters creating a better world
With the growth of crowdfunding, an increasing number of social entrepreneurs are turning to sites like Kickstarter and Indiegogo to make an impact. Here are 10 of them.
Food Growing in Community a Wicklow Networking Event 2016 by Martin Varghese/Ivision
For Ivisionireland:- Chry_Martin (Martin Varghese - Ireland)Food Growing in Community a Wicklow Networking Event 2016 by Vision. Carriage Dúlra Organic Farm,...
A Movable Feast: Berlin's Community Garden - Remodelista
Air raids destroyed the old Moritzplatz shopping district during World War II; later the Berlin Wall hulked over the neighborhood. For decades, trash and r
Growing Community: starting and nurtring community gardens
Growing Community fills the need for a comprehensive guidebook to starting community gardens. Although written in South Australia, the contents are applicable in other places. In it, you find information on managing community gardens. This is important, as important as knowing how to grow food, because without effective and participatory management, gardens can become unstuck, socially and physically. The book is also about sustaining community gardens. The edition was funded by the South…
What are the health and well-being impacts of community gardening for adults and children: a mixed method systematic review protocol
Background Community gardening is defined by its shared nature; gardeners work collectively to manage a garden for shared benefit. Although communal gardening activities, and recognition of their perceived benefits have a long history, it is in recent years that interest has developed in assessing the potential of the approach to address many of the threats to health and wellbeing faced by global populations. Community gardening may address chronic and non-communicable disease through the…
Urban Community Gardens as Spaces of Citizenship
A growing body of literature conceptualizes urban agriculture and community gardens as spaces of democratic citizenship and radical political practice. Urban community gardens are lauded as spaces th...