Nature's Path: Gardens for Good

Take a look at the 2010 winners and their amazing gardens.

Katie Walker August 16, 2011

Nature’s Path and Organic Gardening’s Gardens for Good grant contest is on again. Three non-profits will share $65,000 to bring fresh, organic food to their communities. Vote for your favorite community garden now, at facebook.com/naturespath. Take a look at last year's winners:


Damayan Garden Project

The Children’s Shakespeare and Outdoor Garden at Lichgate
By the Damayan Garden Project
Tallahassee, Florida

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Damayan Garden Project

The garden is designed to engage children’s imaginations and was built with the Gardens for Good grant sponsored by Nature’s Path Organic and Organic Gardening Magazine.

Damayan Garden Project

The garden encourages learning through Shakespeare’s works, and is filled with edible plants.

Damayan Garden Project

Other activities for kids in the garden include yoga, and education on sustainability and land stewardship.

Damayan Garden Project

All of this will help children become engaged in the core subjects of literature, science, math and ecology, while learning about fresh fruits and vegetables.

For more information go to damayan.org

Vallejo People's Garden

The Vallejo People’s Garden
Vallejo, CA

Vallejo People's Garden

The Vallejo People’s Garden was built with a Gardens for Good grant from Nature’s Path Organic and Organic Gardening Magazine.

Vallejo People's Garden

The primary goal of the garden is to provide food for people in the area who are in need.

Vallejo People's Garden

The garden also focuses on engaging and educating the community about health and wellness.

Vallejo People's Garden

The Vallejo People’s Garden hopes to “create the next generation of farmers, gardeners, teachers, leaders, and active community members.”

For more information go to www.vallejopeoplesgarden.org.