Meet this season’s garden educators

Every year VCGN is blessed by a energetic and creative team of garden educators–this year is no exception! Our seasonal staff for 2021 come to us from across the state and will be supporting gardeners and leading programming in Chittenden, Addison and Washington Counties. In addition to this dynamic team we will also have garden […]

Improving Lands, Improving Lives

We are pleased to announce a new collaboration with New Farms for New Americans!  Improving Lands, Improving Lives is a 3-year project to enhance and facilitate a comprehensive agriculture program on food systems, nutrition and a first-ever leadership and mentorship training program for new American farmers.  VCGN will work with NFNA and farmers enrolled in their program […]

Limited spaces still available to grow your own!

Registration for the 2020 Community Teaching Garden is still open, however as of 3/24, we only have 3 more spaces available. We are committed to running the CTG Course by creatively adapting to social distancing restrictions that may still be in place in May.  We might gather virtually on Zoom for the first couple of […]

Seeds for Gardens

Request your bundle of hope and possibility today!

Our Statewide Network

Have you ever wondered about the Network in Vermont Community Garden Network? The Network is a patchwork of more than 500 community-based gardens extending across the state: Town, neighborhood, and housing community gardens, providing space for residents to grow their own and gather with neighbors; Teaching gardens at schools, early care centers, universities, and community […]

A Taste Of Community

A little book to educate your mind, open your heart, and fill your belly.

Toolshed Tips: Share Your Bounty

Share Your Bounty By Libby Weiland, Statewide Network Coordinator Although this year’s harvests are coming a little later in most Vermont gardens, the time of abundance is just around the bend. What better way to celebrate your piles of tomatoes and zucchini than to share the bounty!  Whether it’s swapping plentiful veggies with fellow gardeners, sharing […]

Growing More than Food


Growing Wellness: Plants for medicinal use in garden education programs

By Libby Weiland, Statewide Network Coordinator

New Ideas for Your Garden

From Carolina Lukac, Garden Education Manager & Libby Weiland, Statewide Network Coordinator

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