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Help Name the New Community Garden Network

By Judith Jacoby

A network has formed to help support new and existing community gardens in San Diego County with technical assistance, educational programs and networking.  The organization is about to incorporate and needs to decide on an official name.  Suggested names include:

  • San Diego Community Garden Network
  • Community Garden Alliance of San Diego County
  • Community Garden Coalition
  • Community Farms and Gardens of San Diego County
  • Our Community Gardens
  • Community Garden Grow: A Network of San Diego Community Gardens

Do you have another idea?  We would love to hear itSend us an email at plantsandiego@gmail.com.

Vote for a community Garden

Nature's Path is offering two grants valued at $25,000 for creating an organic garden.  The Master Gardeners along with other organizations have been assisting the San Diego Youth Services in their plans to establish a community garden for the Spring Valley/La Mesa Community on the site of the old Spring Valley Elementary School.  They need your vote.

Please go to http://www.justmeans.com/take-action/GardenGrantContest
and vote for the San Diego Youth Services Garden idea.