Tooro Botanical Gardens set aside a 2 acre garden at its main garden to serve as a practical training Centre for the local community. The center is composed of a food garden, living home pharmacy, fruit trees paved walkways and grass thatched banda in the middle of the center. The banda depicts a traditional Tooro house and is used for training purposed for both the community and school children.

 TBG has also been involved in coordinating with UWA, NFA and CSOs working in the Environmental and Natural Resources sector facilitating resource user groups, to sensitize the poor natural resource dependent communities around the major national parks on community conservation. It has championed problem animal management in communities living adjacent to Kibale national park and coming up with alternative measures of using buffer crops such as chilli and thorny bushes on to of digging trenches between the park and the community.