National Gardening Association grows its business - 1987

BACG History Post #63

At 180 Flynn Avenue, the National Gardening Association continued to grow from its Gardens for All roots.

The nonprofit's flagship publication, National Gardening Magazine, expanded by 16 pages and began to accept advertising.

NGA continued its educational mission by focusing on school and youth gardening via the GrowLab program and the National Youth Garden Grants program.

For public education, National Gardening Magazine's former editor, Ruth Page, launched NGA's gardening journal on Vermont Public Radio.