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P-Patch Community Gardens
, (https://www.seattle.gov/neighborhoods/ppatch/start.htm), encouraging people to convert an unused space in a neighborhood and use it to build community, provide recreation and celebrate natural cycles, increase public open space, reduce stress and crime, educate children, and grow vegetables and flowers

American Community Garden Association, (http://www.communitygarden.org), a national organization that provides information about community gardening in North America

ACGA Rebel Tomato, (http://www.communitygarden.org/rebeltomato/who-is-rebel-tomato.php), a one-stop-shop for useful, interesting information about youth gardening

The Westside Gardener, (http://westsidegardener.com/index.html), Website of Travis Saling, a gardener here in the Pacific Northwest. See the Vegetable Garden Timetable at http://westsidegardener.com/quick/timetable.html for suggestions for planting times (remember best times vary with the year and your location)

USDA People's Garden, (http://www.usda.gov/wps/portal/usda/usdahome?navid=PEOPLES_GARDEN), a national resource for over 700 local and national organizations all working together to establish community and school gardens across the country

Abundant community, (http://www.abundantcommunity.com), a forum about building a better world through more effective communities

GrowVeg.com, (http://www.growveg.com), an online application that allows you to plan your garden by drawing your vegetable beds, adding plants and moving them around to get the perfect layout. You can create any shape of garden whether you use traditional row planting, raised beds or square-foot gardening. This Flash application is also available as Mother Earth News Garden Planner. GrowVeg.com offers an iPad application.

Plants for a Future, (http://pfaf.org/user/default.aspx), A resource and information centre for edible and otherwise useful plants

Snoqualmie Valley Master Gardeners, (http://www.svmastergardeners.com/), a website by Washington State certified Master Gardeners, who have completed 12 weeks of classroom training in all phases of horticulture as related to the management of landscapes and gardens in a science-based, sustainable manner.