National Garden Month 2006 Storylines Unveiled

By National Gardening Association Editors, June 23, 2008

Contact: Rose Getch
National Gardening Association
(800) 538-7476, ext. 129
e-mail: rose@garden.org

South Burlington, VT (March 20, 2006) - National Gardening Association is pleased to share these storylines with you. Last year's National Garden Month storylines were enjoyed by gardeners coast to coast, thanks to garden writers who spread the word.

You can find these storylines, written by Charlie Nardozzi, Senior Horticulturist for the National Gardening Association, at www.nationalgardenmonth.org. You are welcome to use them in their entirety, or just portions of them. We do request that you include a copyright line (? 2006, National Gardening Association), as appropriate and send your readers to www.nationalgardenmonth.org for more information on how they can get involved. You can also use them to germinate your own story ideas.

Gardening Grows Healthy Kids
What Good is a Community Garden?
Eating Well
Gardening Creates a Healthier Environment
How Secure is Our Food Supply?

Thanks for your support of National Garden Month 2006!

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