About the D.C. Guerilla Gardeners (DCGG)

Guerilla Gardening is formally defined as the surreptitious reclamation of unused land in urban environments.
Some use this form of gardening as a political gesture, a commentary on land rights and usage. Others to provide food for those in need. And some? Some guerilla garden purely by accident.*

Whatever your motivations, D.C. Guerilla Gardeners welcomes anyone wishing to green the District. As a group, we operate purely for the love of nature and a desire to beautify our beloved city. Some plantings will be done in secret, some out in the open. Some will involve only one person or two, others will bring together entire communities.

All you need to be a D.C. Guerilla Gardener is the desire to turn empty gray spaces into verdant green ones, and a willingness to play in the dirt.

Welcome aboard, fellow Guerilla. It's time to go-yo gorilla, and grow.

*In Northern Utah, apple trees commonly grow along the banks of canals. Many of these plants were seeded 150 years ago by the workers who dug the canals, by burying their lunch apple core in the freshly dug soil. - Guerrilla gardening. (2010, March 31). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved from http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Guerrilla_gardening&oldid=353177519.