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Resources for Cambridge Growers

The city of Cambridge manages community gardens throughout the city. These are shared between residents; you can apply for a plot here. Priority is given to Cambridge residents with disabilities, and those with no other land on which to garden.

There is a wonderful article in Cambridge Day about Cambridge City Growers (I'll call them CGC for short). CGC is a new group that aims to provide locally grown organic produce for free.

CitySprouts teaches children about gardening. They have a summer youth internship; it will happen this year, but youth will meet remotely every morning from July 6 to Aug 7. It sounds like a wonderful program. They may not be accepting applications any longer, but you can find out more on their website. They also have a "CitySprouts At Home" section on their website with lots of ideas for things you can do from home. They have great videos! , and videos.

We purchase compost from Black Earth Composting. It's made from food scraps. Another cool company to check out is Bootstrap Compost.

We purchase most of our seeds from Johnny's Seeds in Maine.

We've added a new "Resources" menu item to our website. Let us know what else to add!

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