The Q&A Archives: Info about NGA

Question: I would like information concerning the National Gardening Association. How to join, local chapters etc.

Answer: For more than twenty years, the National Gardening Association has been doing two things: helping gardeners and helping people through gardening. Founded in 1972 (as "Gardens for All") to spearhead the community garden movement, today's National Gardening Association (NGA) <br><br>is best known for its high-quality membership publication, National Gardening Magazine, its innovative science education programs and its garden-related research.<br><br>Even though we are the largest nonprofit gardening organization in the country, we're still a small, personal and responsive group. In our short history, we have reached out with gardening to revitalize communities, feed the hungry, teach respect for the environment, and <br><br>provide educators with innovative and effective teaching methods and materials through our Growing Ideas Catalog. For more information or to join the NGA, visit our Web site at:<br><br><br><br><br><br>or call or write to us at the address below:<br><b

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