Some of My Favourite Websites on Spirituality and Gardening

by Christine Sine

There are so many faith related and and garden related resources available these days that it is impossible list all of them but I thought that you would enjoy a list to at least browse through and enjoy.

A few U.S. based blogs from a variety of faith perspectives:

My colleague, Andy Wade, posts regularly on the lessons he is learning from the garden. I particularly love what he has done in his own garden to create a sense of the sacredness of God.

More American Resources

For those living in the Pacific NW, Seattle Tilth is a must-contact organization. Their educational classes are superb. The Seattle Tilth garden hotline is also an excellent resource, there to answer your questions, and it is not just for those of us who live in this part of the world. Their advice and expertise can help visitors from around the world.

Seattle Public Utilities’ Natural Lawn and Garden Care website provides a variety of downloadable resources, including:

Others that are helpful:

  • The American Community Garden Association provides a wealth of resources and is an entrance into a vast network of community gardeners.
  • The American Horticultural Society provides many resources, programs, and events by region.
  • For those interested in food, faith, and gardening in the Twin Cities (Minnesota, US), visit the Facebook page created by the Faith-based Edible Gardening Collaborative.
  • City Farmer has a veritable treasure trove of information on all manner of urban agriculture information.
  • Greenfaith is an interfaith coalition for the environment that was founded in 1992. It works with houses of worship, religious schools and people of all faiths to help them become better environmental stewards. They provide an excellent booklet Repairing Eden available for download.

I love this TED talk:

In Canada.

Alternatives feeding citizenship has several worthwhile pdfs that you can download:

In the U.K

  • The BBC garden site is a good place to start with an interactive map of how to find a community garden near you as well as advice on how to get started, garden with kids and much more.
  • Garden organic also has information specific to the UK.
  • And of course we cannot forget the Royal Horticultural Society

In Australia

And just for fun…

Most of these websites are listed in the resource Creating a Faith Based Community Garden though this is an updated list so enjoy.

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