Community Links

Other Austinite groups that work with soil, environment, growing, and food:

Austin Community College Environmental Science & Technology
"Provides students with general education courses in environmental science and with workforce training in resource monitoring technology."

Austin School Garden Network
Promotes the social, nutritional, environmental, and academic benefits of school and youth gardening programs.

Capital Area Master Naturalists (CAMN) 
Provides education, outreach, and service dedicated to the beneficial management of natural resources and natural areas within their community.  

Coalition of Austin Community Gardens

Promotes and supports new and existing community gardens.

Sustainable Food Center

SFC is involved in every step of the local food system from seed to table, strengthening the local food system and improving access to nutritious, affordable food.

The Green Corn Project 
Helps Central Texans in need grow their own organic vegetables by installing organic food gardens for elderly, low-income, and disabled community members as well as for elementary schools, community centers, and shelters in underserved areas of Austin. 

Travis County Master Gardeners
Provides non-biased, sound horticultural information to the community.