We Recommend the Following Gardening Organizations:
American Community Gardening Association, http://www.communitygarden.org, 100 N. 20th Street, 5th Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19103-1495 215-988-8785
A national resource and member organization devoted to the promotion, creation and maintenance of community gardens.
The EcoIQ.com, www.ecoiq.com
Urban Greening website for people interested in making smart choices about the green and living environments of communities — the trees, parks, trails, gardens, rivers, beaches, lakes, harbors, wetlands, watersheds, and so on — choices that are both economically and ecologically intelligent.
The Hobby Greenhouse Association, www.hobbygreenhouse.org, 8 Glen Terra, Bedford MA, 01730-2048
If you have a greenhouse you must check out this excellent organization!!! They produce a wonderful newsletter and quarterly magazine. They also have excellent membership benefits. Worth a bookmark!
Hydroponic Society of America, http://hsa.hydroponics.org, P.O. Box 3075, San Ramon, CA 94583
A non-profit organization dedicated to the exchange of information in the field of hydroponics open to commercial growers and hobbyists alike.
International Geranium Society, www.internationalgeraniumsociety.com, P.O. Box 92734, Pasadena, CA 91109-2734
Produces a quarterly journal. Opportunity to order seeds and cuttings. A great source for unusual varieties.
Consulting services available in horticulture, horticultural therapy, greenhouse design, community greenhouse operation, community agriculture and more. Click here for more information.
Seed Savers Exchange, 3076 North Winn Road, Decorah, IA 52101, 1-319-382-5990
This organization works to preserve heirloom seeds, and is responsible for saving many rare vegetable varieties from extinction. The exchange allows home gardeners to help in preserving heirloom seeds and facilitates the exchanging of seeds with others.