Community Gardens Tool Kit – University of Maryland Grow it Eat it
Basic tips and local resources for starting a community garden – Healthy Harford – Harford Style magazine article page 37.
Let’s Move Gardening Guide – Part of the First Lady’s Let’s Move program aimed at creating a healthier more active youth community, this gardening guide offers resources about home, school, and community gardens.
Interested in starting a community garden?
The University of Maryland Master Gardeners program will help you get started, and even provide a free soil sample testing. Contact Joyce Browning, Extension Program Assistant & Master Gardener Coordinator, Harford County 410-638-3255 or email@example.com.
Did you know that representatives from the Maryland Master Gardner’s Program have a booth every Saturday at the Bel Air Farmers’ Market, April through November? These specially trained folks are there to offer advice on soil testing, gardening, landscaping, Bayscaping, creating a rainwater garden, lawn care treatment, non pesticide and herbicide alternatives and more.
Interested in being part of an existing local community garden?
Town of Bel Air Community Garden at St. Matthew’s Luheran Church. Media Coverage. 410-838-3178 for more information.
Aberdeen Proving Ground
Parks and Recreation – Francis de Silva Park, Darlington. Contact Jane Howe at firstname.lastname@example.org
Harfords Harvest Community Garden –Edgewood Recreation Council. Harfords Harvest Community Gardens of Edgewood is now accepting garden plot requests for the 2017 garden season. For further information about the Community Gardens, to include annual plot rental costs, Please contact Michael O’Hern at email@example.com, or Danny Lynn O’Hern at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 443-807-9770.
Do you know of a local community garden? If so, send us a note at email@example.com so we can add them to our list.