By Noah Lenstra, August 13, 2020, shareable.net.
Community gardens at public libraries used to be a hidden history that dates back to the victory gardens of World War I and II.
Today, community and teaching gardens are out in the open, and flourishing in green spaces maintained by libraries around the nation.
Best of all, library community gardens are accessible, and surprisingly easy to start — if you don’t mind rolling up your sleeves and getting a little dirty.
Early evidence of library community gardens can be found from coast to coast.