Community Food Scrap Composting Training

Join fellow community-based food scrap composters on Saturday, October 14, 9:00am-3:00pm, at the Central Vermont Sold Waste Management District facility, 540 North Main St, Barre. This training is designed to help small-scale community composters (at community gardens and other community-based locations) fully implement the collection and composting of food scraps. Participants will gain the knowledge […]

August Toolshed: Tips for Garden Leaders

Share Your Bounty By Libby Weiland, Statewide Network Coordinator Although this year’s harvests are coming a little later in most Vermont gardens, the time of abundance is just around the bend. What better way to celebrate your piles of tomatoes and zucchini than to share the bounty!  Whether it’s swapping plentiful veggies with fellow gardeners, sharing […]

July Toolshed: Tips for Garden Leaders

A Garden Leader’s Guide to Integrated Pest Management By Libby Weiland, Statewide Network Coordinator

March Toolshed: Tips for Garden Leaders

Fundraising Tools By Libby Weiland, Statewide Network Coordinator

Food Scrap Composting at Community Gardens – Funding & Pilot Project

Free Seeds For Gardens

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February Toolshed: Tips for Garden Leaders

Go Wild for Pollinators While Educating and Building Your Community

January Toolshed: Tips for Garden Leaders

Celebrate National Seed Swap Day! By Libby Weiland, Statewide Network Coordinator Join gardeners across the country in the age-old tradition of sharing seeds. National Seed Swap Day takes place every year on the last Saturday of January—this year on January 28th. Seed swaps in Vermont typically take place between January and March, in time for […]

December Toolshed: Tips for Garden Leaders

A Call For Community

September Toolshed: Tips for Garden Leaders

Build Your Skills Congratulations on supporting the growth of another season in your community or school garden!  With another year under your belt you’ve likely learned more about what works and what doesn’t work in managing your garden.  As the season draws to an end, reflect on what you’ve learned and what you want to […]