|I would like information concerning the National Gardening Association. How to join, local chapters etc.|
|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)
is best known for its high-quality membership publication, National Gardening Magazine, its innovative science education programs and its garden-related research.
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
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: