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SELECTED INTERNET RESOURCES
American Horticultural Society
Chicago Botanic Garden
Edible Schoolyard, Martin Luther King Junior Middle School, Berkeley,
Garden ABCs School Garden Share Site
National Gardening Association
School Gardens with Constance Carter
Virginia Tech Department of Horticulture
Compiled by Joyce Howland, August 2009