(PRWEB) August 12, 2014
Victory Garden Connection, LLC, a new hub connecting agricultural professionals and businesses with land opportunities across the United States, today announced it is reaching out to community colleges across the country to raise awareness among students of the more than 200 horticulture and agriculture career options.
There are a projected 58,000 annual job openings for US food and agricultural sciences graduates and an estimated 22 million people working in more than 200 agriculture related fields. The national database at http://www.VictoryGardenConnection.org is a new, simple, efficient way for trained students, agriculture professionals, master gardeners and related businesses to register their services and jumpstart their business based on location.
The searchable database allows users to register their business and services based on zip code—making it easy to be located by potential customers and allowing businesses to offer their services more often close to home.
The one-time database registration fee of $20 includes:
--Lifetime posting of resume
--A continuous national marketing campaign
--Updates to the database and victory garden story submissions
--Free public use of the website so customers can locate you
For more information on Victory Garden Connection’s national professional database or to view or download the new education poster for display at a school, event or business, please visit: http://www.victorygardenconnection.org/community-colleges.php .
Victory Garden Connection is also accepting stories that capture the history and lessons learned in community gardens across the country. For more information, visit http://www.VictoryGardenConnection.org and join our Facebook and LinkedIn communities for news and updates.
Steve Alsop| 704-763-0417 or info(at)VictoryGardenConnection(dot)org.
About Victory Garden Connection
Victory Garden Connection is a hub that connects agricultural professionals—individuals and businesses—with land owners across the United States and is a primary resource and database for Victory Garden stories and information. The Victory Gardens that became a part of daily life during WWI and WWII in the United States reduced pressure on the public food supply caused by the war effort.
Today, new societal pressures including food costs, industrial agriculture and unemployment, among others, have rendered Victory Gardens a viable option even today—a 21st Century solution to modern agricultural and societal problems.
The mission of the Victory Garden Connection Land Database—to which users may submit unused, available land—is to identify plots of land across the United States and to connect agriculture professionals, trained students and serious hobbyists with local opportunities.