It's 7 degrees out but it's never too early to start planning your next garden. And if you don't have space or it's too shady in your backyard, check out Project Grow, a group that provides area residents organic gardening space. People need to register for a plot. These sites, usually composed of 10-15 plots each, are very popular, bringing people together who may not otherwise know each other even though they live in the same neighborhood. So read the website or pick up a newsletter which contains an application at the Library and other spots around town starting in February. To read up on other community garden projects, check out the Library's books on the subject.