Rebel Tomato is Off the Vine!

Dig into a new Web site with acres of information on planting a youth-run community garden.


| October 10, 2008


Planting community gardens is a growing endeavor. In an effort to fertilize the enthusiasm of younger gardeners, the American Community Gardening Association has added another tool to its Web site. Rebel Tomato is an educational site designed to help high school and college-age students (and everyone else) start their own community gardens.

Rebel Tomato – accessible through www.CommunityGarden.org under the LEARN section – was created by the ACGA with funding from the United States Department of Agriculture Community Food Projects grants program. This site was created as a resource for people involved in youth gardening – garden leaders, educators, teachers and, most of all, youth themselves. It is designed to serve as a one-stop-shop for useful, interesting information about youth gardening, and features several interactive components that are designed to get people excited and talking about gardening. All information on the site is free of charge and can be adapted for use in any growing zone of the United States or Canada.  

Rebel Tomato is divided into five basic elements:

Seeds: Understanding the benefits of gardening, getting involved with a garden and learning from existing gardens



Roots:  A range of practical tools for getting started and building a garden project

Shoots: Detailed garden design tools and suggestions for planting lists







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