Community gardens are plots of land, usually in urban areas, that are rented by individuals or groups for private gardens or are for the benefit of the people caring for the garden.
Urban gardens are more than just places for growing food. They can also offer interactions that can take root and grow.
There are examples of community gardens globally and right here in New Mexico. Each Spring interests peaks and new gardens popup. There are many things to consider before creating and joining community gardens.
This is and every changing list. Here you will find a core list of community gardens in New Mexico.
You've made the pros and cons list, here are some tips for starting a garden for the community.
Here you will find articles from far and wide about community gardens.
We are frequently asked our opinions, how to start a garden, etc. Here you will find our thoughts and check out the other tabs to find many F.A.Q.s
Community food forests are capturing the imagination of people in neighborhoods, towns, and cities across the United States. But what is a community food forest? The definition differs depending on whether the focus is on the concept or the physical space.