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Horticultural and Environmental Sites

Beautiful gardens:
6BC Botanical Garden

The Bloedel Reserve

The Brooklyn Botanic Garden

Fine Garden Art at Bedrock Farm

Longwood Gardens

Nancy Forresterís Secret Garden

The New England Wild Flower Society

The New York Botanical Garden

Quatres Vents

Stone Crop Gardens

Wave Hill



Community gardens, organic food,
growing and eating locally:
American Community Gardening Association

Animal, Vegetable, Miracle, A Year of Food Life, Barbara Kingsolver, HarperCollins.com

City Farmerís Urban Agriculture Notes

The Community Food Security Coalition

Farmers Markets Boom Across the USA

The Food Project

Kitchen Gardeners International

The National Association of Farmersí Markets Nutrition Programs

National Sustainable Agriculture Information Service

The On-Line Magazine of Metropolitan Agriculture

Southside Community Land Trust You Grow Girl!



Environmental and wildlife news and action:
Defenders of Willife

National Resources Defense Council

The Sierra Club

The National Wildlife Federation

World Wildlife Organization


Green building:
GreenerBuildings


Recycling resources:
Appliances

Cell phones and rechargeable batteries

Computers

Earth 911

Electronics

National Recycling Coalition



One of our favorite charities:
Heifer International


Knowledge and learning:
American Museum of Natural History


To dwell is to garden.—Martin Heidegger
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