View the map, pick a market and join your friends for fresh and local fruits, vegetables and other yummy treats.
Find a community garden, get started on your own or learn about basic horticulture tips and composting.
The Highlands Urban Garden (HUG) is a temporary demonstration garden that demonstrates the benefits of community-driven urban agriculture features throughout National Landing.
Join the VCE Master Gardeners or Master Food Volunteers. Sign up for classes or visit one of our demonstration gardens to learn first hand. See us at local farmers markets. Check out our many free classes. Contact the Master Gardener Help Desk at email@example.com or 703 228- 6414.
The Arlington County Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) Urban Agriculture program is pleased to support the Friends of Urban Agriculture. Find more information on their website and Facebook.
The County Board-appointed Urban Agriculture Task Force (UATF) developed recommendations for a food action plan. Read about the Task Force and its charge.
Check the Virginia Cooperative Extension, Friends of Urban Agriculture, and Arlington Food Assistance Center pages for volunteer opportunities and training.
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Yard sharing can be a solution for landowners who have yards that are not being used and growers without their own growing space Best practices include agreements that outline the rights and responsibilities of each partner. Learn more.