Gardening Resources

Gardening Resources

Gardening Resources – Welcome to our FREE Gardening Resources page where we hope to bring you the best Gardening Resources compiled in one handy place. So, bookmark this page and visit often as we add new Gardening Resources on a daily basis!

Team Nutrition Garden Resources

According to the site:  Team Nutrition has several resources to connect nutrition education to school and child care gardens, local farms, and farmers markets.
Find out more about Team Nutrition Garden Resources and put it work in your community.

Using SNAP Benefits to Grow Your Own Food

Great article Posted by Nikki Salzman, Outreach Intern, USDA Food and Nutrition Service. Nikki talks about how SNAP not helps millions of people each month by providing nutritious food but also how SNAP helps people grow their own food!

Read Nikki’s article about Using SNAP Benefits to Grow Your Own Food  and help provide and spread the good work that SNAP does for our communities.

SNAP and Farmers Markets

According to the USDA site: “America’s farmers markets and direct marketing farmers are a great source of fresh fruits, vegetables, and other healthy foods; we have made it a priority to expand access to such food for SNAP participants.”

Please take a moment and visit this great resource on SNAP and Farmers Markets and see for yourself the great work being done.

 

Helpful Gardening Resources – Dallas Arboretum

Education and research are at the core of the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden’s mission. They provide helpful resources for those interested in creating a beautiful garden in North Texas! Visit the Dallas Arboretum events-education and garden help resources online and if you get a chance come see the Dallas Arboretum in person, it’s simply beautiful.

Need help identifying plants or do you have other horticulture questions? The Dallas County Master Gardeners provide free gardening advice to area residents. Visit the them online, use their very handy – Email your questions and attach a photo – tool or just call their Help Desk at 214-904-3053

Tarrant County Master Gardener Association

Master Gardeners are members of the local community who take an active interest in their lawns, trees, shrubs, flowers and gardens.

Tarrant County Master Gardener Mission:

To provide horticultural and environmental research-based information and techniques. To volunteer in area horticulture projects

Have a gardening question?

Call the TCMGA Help Desk!
817-884-1944
or email tarrantmg@ag.tamu.edu

The Garden Counselor: Lawn Care

Tons of useful information brought to you by the site owner Dan. He designed this website to help other fellow gardeners find answers to difficult issues. His passion for gardening and helping others definitely shows in his work displayed on his very informative website.

From lawn problems, garden ideas and lawn related project I think you will enjoy all of Dan’s hard work in helping you, so enjoy this great resource at Garden Counselor Lawn Care!

 

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