Garden resources and information including hardiness zone maps, waste disposal sites, pesticide information, local food, and much more.

garden resources

Calculators – soil, mulch, compost

Caretaking – maybe your can’t purchase your own piece of land quite yet. Check for properties that need caretakers.

CompostFind a composting facility – check my class info for classes on composting

Edibles Native to the Americas

Emergency Preparedness – We can only survive so long without food and water. Food and water are becoming more of a concern with toxins in the environment, natural disasters, transportation issues, etc. This resource has a list for information and finding emergency preparedness events in your area.

Extension ServiceFind your county Cooperative Extension Service-  pest and plant identification, soil testing, pruning instruction, fact sheets

Find Locally Grown Food – Community Gardens, Farmer’s Markets, Pick Your Own, CSAs

Frost Dates – find out your last average frost date

Gardening in Unconventional Ways and Places

Gardens To Visit – botanical gardens, garden tours, etc

Genetically Engineered Food

Hardiness Zones/Frost Free/Climate Zones/Drought Monitor – find your climate zone, etc

Hazardous Waste Disposal Sites – where to dispose of hazardous waste

Heirloom and Open-Pollinated Seeds – Sources

Herbs – herb information including Cooking, Growing, Associations, Blogs, Magazines

Herb Quizzes & Word Searches

Organic Lawn Care – how to care for your lawn with an emphasis on organic lawn care

Organically and Sustainably Grown Flowers - find flowers and florists

Pesticides and Herbicides – information and alternatives

Square Foot Gardening  or  Square Foot Gardening Foundation official site

Things to Do in Utah – parks, field trips, events, and more

Wildlife Rehabilitators – if you found an injured wild bird or other injured wildlife this is who to call

Work on an Organic Farm – World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms – WWOOF  – part of a worldwide effort to link visitors with organic farmers, promote an educational exchange, and build a global community conscious of ecological farming practices.

Yardsharing – Don’t have a yard or want to share your yard with someone else?

Learn about organic gardening, edible landscaping, composting, herb growing, organic lawn care, wild edible plants and more through my coaching and classes.