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We have the opportunity to make room for revolutionaries to turn the tide of this industry. The good news is that these revolutionaries exist. They may look different on the surface, but underneath they are rooted in shared values and principles about how to prepare this next generation. These revolutionaries come in the form of institutions, partnerships, and people who are rewriting the future of horticulture, farming, and the landscape. By looking at these resources, developmental models abound for the cultivation of a new social movement of garden revolutionaries who focus on community building and foregrounding their training with cultural relevance, intergenerational learning, and leadership development.

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