Visiting, growing and volunteering in the community garden on Wolfon is an opportunity to take care of yourself while caring for the land and others. It is an opportunity to experience the joys of working with nature to produce nutritious, delicious local food. A great place to learn from others, to build skills, and to build a community, the garden embraces everyone.
Working with Karen, Garden Diva, you will get ideas for seed saving, pruning, when to harvest and what to grow. It is full of gardening tips and local stories.
The upper part of the garden is now used for breeding large amounts of plant waste, but it also has fruit trees and other enduring opportunities.
With good planning, people can share space and contribute to the restoration of healthy soil, plants and meeting places.
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