KCD Community Agriculture Conservation Resource Guide

Schools, individuals, non-profits, and places of worship, can all expand access to healthy food and teach important natural resource stewardship in the urban landscape. Along with providing a much-needed source of healthy, locally-grown food, urban gardens provide a wide range of benefits including soil, air, and water quality improvement; stormwater management; increased aesthetics; education and recreational opportunities; beneficial pollinator and wildlife habitat; and an increased sense of belonging to a community. The KCD Community Ag Conservation Resource Guide offers step-by-step guidance for establishing an urban garden to help communities turn underutilized space into a productive community asset.

KCD Community Ag Conservation Resource Guide

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