Victory Gardens began during World War I as a way of providing food for people in America. When World War II began, the popularity of Victory Gardens made a resurgence, and by the end of the war, over 20 million gardens had been planted! During the Coronavirus Pandemic, Victory Gardens have once again become popular. People are using this opportunity to grow and harvest food from their own sources in order to lessen the strain on food production in the country and help to prevent unnecessary trips to the grocery store. We have created a “Victory Garden Journal” for our first Multi-Generational Program of the year. Whether you live in an apartment, house, or farm, you can create your own Victory Garden. We encourage you to send us photos of you planning, planting, or harvesting your Victory Garden through out this growing season! Click the link below to download your copy today!