Got Sustainable Gardening Information? We want to work with you.

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The Sustainable Gardening Library makes it easy for homeowners to find the information they need to create their own environmentally friendly gardens, for professionals to find information on sustainable landscape practice, and for those who want to grow wholesome food to find information on alternative farming methods.

Our founders care deeply about the future of our planet, the other species with whom we share it, wise and respectful use of the land, and how our food is produced.

You can help by becoming a Sustainable Gardening Library collaborator. 

We’re looking for public gardens and arboreta, colleges and universities, government agencies, and other nonprofit horticultural or agricultural education organizations that want to share their content on sustainable gardening and farming research, demonstration gardens and projects, and sustainable landscape practices.

It’s Easy to Work with Us  


•    Supply the content
•    Retain copyright to your own information
•    Incorporate the Library’s knowledge base into your curriculum, research, or demonstration project


•    Organize the information
•    Administer the Library
•    Host the website
•    Share and publicize your data via traditional and social media

Who Can Contribute Material?

•    Public Gardens & Arboreta
•    Universities and Colleges
•    Government Agencies
•    Non-profit Organizations

What Kind of Data?

•    Agriculture
•    Horticulture
•    Landscape Architecture
•    Environmental Sciences
•    Conservation
•    Preservation
•    Education

What Type of Data?

•    Permalinks to pages on your institution’s website
•    Word documents or PDFs
•    Photos (and links to photos)
•    Videos (or video links)

To learn more, contact: L.devries(at)

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