Abundant Edible Landscapes install and advise on edible home landscapes, and also sell locally adapted perennial plants. They are also a great source for a variety of soil amendments.
The Native Bee Nest Site Project supports the building, monitoring and tracking of native bee nesting habitats in Alachua County. Learn how to build a cool bee house, support local bee habitat and help monitor activity. Without these important pollinators, we cannot garden, so like them on Facebook!
The University of Florida IFAS Extension is a great resource for local gardeners. They provide many free workshops, home garden and farm tours and more! A wide range of classes are offered from composting, shitake mushroom log making, raised bed gardening, edible landscapes and more. They also offer other lifestyle workshops including financial management, pre-marital preparation, canning and more. You can call during business hours with any garden-related questions, 352-955-2402.
High Springs Seed Savers meet once a month on the last Tuesday. They discuss a variety of gardening topics. Contact Nancy Montgomery for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org or 386-462-1828.