SacCommunityGardens.org LINKS


AMERICAN COMMUNITY GARDEN ASSOCIATION
A national nonprofit membership organization of professionals, volunteers and supporters of community greening in urban and rural communities...
www.CommunityGarden.org

CALIFORNIA DEPT. OF EDUCATION
- GARDEN IN EVERY SCHOOL PROGARM

By encouraging and supporting a garden in every school, we create opportunities for our children to discover fresh food, make healthier food choices, and become better nourished.


CALIFORNIA NATIVE PLANT SOCIETY
– SACRAMENTO VALLEY

A state-wide organization of lay persons and professionals united by an interest in the plants of California.
www.cnpsSacValley.org

ELK GROVE COMMUNITY GARDEN
Nurturing community - empowering people - growing good food in the ElkGrove area.


RON MANDELLA COMMUNITY GARDEN
Serves the citizens of Sacramento by educating the community about organic gardening methods while at the same time providing free open green-space the entire community can enjoy.
www.savethegarden.org

SACRAMENTO COUNTY UC COOPERATIVE EXTENSION
– MASTER GARDENERS PROGRAM

Extends information developed at the University of California to enhance quality of life and the environmental and economic well-being of the citizens of California through research and education.
ceSacramento.ucDavis.edu/index.cfm

SACRAMENTO GARDENING
Provides gardening information specific to greater Sacramento, California.
www.SacramentoGardening.com

SACRAMENTO HUNGER COMMISSION
Working to develop long-term solutions to ending hunger and food insecurity in the Sacramento Region.
www.targethunger.com

SACRAMENTO TREE FOUNDATION
Promotes the importance of trees and community action in improving the quality of life and enhancing the unique character of the Sacramento region.
www.SacTree.com

URBAN COMMUNITY GARDENS
Provides a directory of urban gardening sites.


UC INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT PROGRAM (IPM)
Pest Management & Plant Diseases Identification with least toxic solutions.
http://www.ipm.ucdavis.edu/PMG/selectnewpest.home.html

WATER WISE PEST CONTROL PROGRAM
The objective of the WWPC Program is to educate the residents and businesses of Sacramento County in how to reduce pesticide use and properly handle, store and dispose of pesticides.