Garden to Plate Community Garden Network
In 2020, the SNAP-Ed Garden to Plate Community Garden Network at K-State Extension Shawnee County, along with our Partner, Topeka Common Ground, Inc., safely distributed more than 1500 vegetable plants and thousands of seeds during COVID-19 to Community and School Gardens and gardeners in Shawnee County.
Afraid of running out of food?
We can help you grow your own!
For information on our Vegetable Certification Course email: Lisa Martin at firstname.lastname@example.org
Here are some helpful, FREE publications to get you started:
Community and General Gardening Resources:
Common Plant Problems
Community Gardening Resources
Best Management Practices for Community Gardens
Colorado State U. Gardening Blog "Co-Horts"
Community Gardening Toolkit
Cost Benefits of Home Gardening
COVID-19 Safety Guidelines for Community Gardens
Drip Irrigation for Community Gardens
Fall Vegetable Gardening
Fertilizing Gardens in Kansas
Food Pantry Donation Growers
Food Safety in Donation Gardens
Gardening With Chuck (Otte, KSU Ag & Natural Resources Agent--Geary County Extension Office)
Growing Vegetables in Pots
Harvesting and Storage of Fruits and Vegetables
Kansas Garden Guide
Kansas Recommended Plants
Physical and Mental Benefits of Gardening
Planning a Garden
Preserving the Harvest
Raised Bed Gardening
Rapid Response Center
Safety in the Garden
Safety for Kids in the Garden part 1
Safety for Kids in the Garden part 2
Seeding and Planting
Starting a Community Garden
Starting Plants from Seeds
Top 13 Vegetables to Donate to Food Pantries
Topeka Common Ground, Inc.
Using SNAP benefits (EBT) for gardening
Vegetable Gardening Basics
Vegetable Planting Calendar and Guide
Pollinator and Companion Gardening