Together, gardeners and good food advocates pitched in to help give the White House and the Obamas a healthy kitchen garden. Now it's time for gardeners around the world to work together again on a much bigger challenge: feeding a growing population with a rapidly degrading natural resource base and in a rapidly changing global climate. There are currently over 1 billion hungry people in the world and that number is set to rise as the global population rises from 6.7 billion to over 9 billion in 2050. While we don't know yet how we will feed all these new hungry people, we do know one thing for sure: planting more kitchen gardens - behind homes, schools, and in vacant urban lots - will be part of the solution. Kitchen Gardeners International is a 501c3 nonprofit community of 18,000 people from over 100 countries who are growing some of their own food and helping others to do the same.

Want to get started?  Here are a few Fellows' favorite how-to videos from Roger Doiron and Kitchen Gardeners International:

How To Make Compost

Planting Garlic

Harvesting, Curing, and Storing Garlic

The Garden of Eatin'

This Lawn is Your Lawn