Here are some of our favorite links. The sites are useful and reflect our gardening philosophy and style:
Appropriate Technology Transfer for Rural Areas
The Alternative Farming Systems Information Center
Community Supported Agriculture Database
Blue Rock Station
An experiment in "green living" in rural Ohio.
CASA Community Garden
CASA Community Garden is a true community garden located in Huntsville, Alabama. CASA stands for the Care Assurance System for the Aging and Homebound. It is a non-profit organization whose main focus is to help Madison County's senior citizens live more independently.
National television gardening host Joe Lamp'l and friends share their unique, insider's perspectives on the lessons and news of gardening and living green!
Since 1904, Horticulture has been the authoritative voice of gardening.
Changing the World One Garden at a Time. Inspiring women to grow spiritually through organic gardening, sustainable living and inner garden healing.
The joe gardener´┐Ż Company
joegardener.com and The joe gardener´┐Ż Company is a name you can rely on for providing smart, dependable, quality resources for gardening at every level. Joe Lamp'l, author of ´┐ŻOver The Fence´┐Ż and host of GardenSMART on PBS and Fresh from the Garden on DIY Network teaches you the basics of growing and maintaining a successful vegetable garden.
Kitchen Gardeners International
A 501c3 nonprofit founded in Maine, USA with friends from around the world whose mission is to empower individuals, families, and communities to achieve greater levels of food self-reliance through the promotion of kitchen gardening, home-cooking, and sustainable local food systems.
The Mulch ´┐Ż Online Gardening Community
Free gardening community where gardeners of all abilities are connected by the plants they grow. The Mulch community brings gardening experts and everyday gardeners together to easily share information and manage their garden.
National Center for Appropriate Technology
Sustainable technologies and community based approaches that protect resources and assist people.
A non-profit organization based in Madison, Wisconsin, committed to creating a community that deeply enjoys, cares for and is sustained by its unique environment.
You Grow Girl
Gardening for the People. You Grow Girl was launched in February 2000 and has grown into an online community that speaks to a new kind of gardener, seeking to redefine the modern world relationship to plants.
A great Cobra Head review at: http://www.yougrowgirl.com/explore/reviews/stuff_cobrahead.php