Scott Jenkins holds a degree in Architectural Engineering and is always trying to learn more about building sustainable homes. His wife keeps him busy around the house, and their two kids keep life interesting every day. He spends a lot of time writing when everyone else in the house is asleep and riding his bicycle or reading a book on his Kindle when the house is empty. In addition to Scott's contributions to Strong Towns, he is a regular writer for his wife’s website Architypes. You can also follow Scott on Twitter.
By Scott Jenkins, Strong Towns
The idea of a community garden isn’t a new one. Long before urban and suburban dwellers started pitching up balcony herb gardens, people found that coming together to plant hope in the ground was a pretty good thing.