Resources

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Community Garden Virtual Binder
There's a lot to know in planting a garden, whether it is your own, a community garden or a school garden. Below are links to several fact…
Community Gardening, Yard & Garden
Community Gardens
Community gardens are wonderful places to grow fresh healthy food, create beautiful productive spaces that nurture the soul, and bring people…
Yard & Garden, Community Gardening
Composting for the Home Gardener [fact sheet]
Why Compost: There are many good reasons to make your own compost or participate in a community composting program. First, organic wastes (kitchen…
Yard & Garden, Community Gardening, School Gardening Agriculture & Gardens Fact Sheet
Fertilizing Vegetable Gardens [fact sheet]
We recommend that gardeners test their soil before planting to de- termine the amount of lime and fertilizers needed. Soil testing can be done…
Fruit & Vegetable Crops, Agriculture & Gardens, Yard & Garden, Community Gardening, School Gardening Agriculture & Gardens Fact Sheet
Get Your Community Garden on the Map!
UNH Cooperative Extension has created a map of community gardens in New Hampshire to build a network for sharing information among gardeners and…
Agriculture & Gardens, Fruit & Vegetable Crops, Yard & Garden, New Hampshire Master Gardeners, Community Gardening Natural Resources
Getting Started with Gardening
With proper planning and care, gardening success is possible even with limited money, time and experience. Whether your goal is to grow beautiful…
Yard & Garden, Community Gardening, School Gardening Agriculture & Gardens
Grow with the Flow
Cornell Cooperative Extension has created a 10 session project-based curriculum foucusing on hydroponics, Grow with the Flow.  The curriculm includes…
Community Gardening, Yard & Garden New Hampshire 4-H
Junior Master Gardener
The Junior Master Gardener (JMG) curriculum engages children in novel, “hands-on” group and individual learning experiences that promote a love of…
Community Gardening, Yard & Garden New Hampshire 4-H
NH Community Garden Network and Map
Whether you want to put food on your table or donate it to others, a community garden is a great place to be. They are also a great way to meet…
Geospatial Technologies Training Center, Natural Resources, Community Gardening, Yard & Garden Natural Resources
NH Community Gardens - Growing Safely During COVID-19
Community gardens are cooperatively managed garden plots used for growing food. They are typically organized by a variety of non- profit…
Community Gardening, Yard & Garden
Plant Sales and Jumping Worms
As gardeners, we’re already well trained to look for signs of disease, weeds, root health, and pests when buying, selling, or swapping plants. This…
Yard & Garden, Community Gardening
Pollinator Plants for Northern New England Gardens [fact sheet]
Many people want to create pollinator-friendly gardens to support numerous kinds of native bees, as well as honey bees, butterflies, hummingbirds,…
Landscape Installation & Maintenance, Agriculture & Gardens, Yard & Garden, Community Gardening, School Gardening Agriculture & Gardens
Purchasing Compost [tip sheet]
Compost, the end product of a controlled decomposition of plant and animal wastes, makes an excellent addition to lawn or garden soil. While compost …
Yard & Garden, Community Gardening
Purchasing Top Soil [fact sheet]
Introduction  Topsoil. It's arguably one the most precious stuff on earth, sustaining all land-dwelling animals, including humans.  It…
Yard & Garden, Community Gardening
Starting a Community Garden in NH: From the Ground Up
Looking to start a new community garden? Click on the Download Resource button above to access a publication written by NH Master Gardeners on…
Community Gardening, Yard & Garden