Shepherdstown Community garden is organizing again… there are still some plots left this year.
My wife, who directs the Shepherdstown Community Garden, is getting together with those interested on Sunday morning (April 15) at 8:45 AM to do manure spreading on the garden. On Saturday the 21st there will be a seed exchange in the morning (@10 – 12 Noon) and then a group meeting of gardeners from 12 to 1:30 PM. At 3:00 PM, Sustainable Shepherdstown will be hosting a film, “Good Food“, at the Opera House.
If you are interested in getting one of the remaining plots at the Community Garden, here’s the info:
2. We will e-mail a copy of the current plot map upon request. The contract can also be sent in a separate email. E-mail Ellen Smith at email@example.com . You can mail a check to Ellen Smith at 2873 Engle Molers Road, Harpers Ferry, WV 25425.
We are really hoping to get all the plots sold or under straw/cardboard etc., so we do not have to mow and do not have to have weeds. Then we can work on making the paths unattractive to weeds. If you know someone who would like to join us, now is the time!
Community garden was one of the most successful programs last year, thanks to the cooperation with Morgan’s Grove Market and Peter Corum. It is protected from deer and other creatures by an eight foot high fence built by members and has access to running water.
If you are interested in joining this phenomenal group of gardeners, get with it before all the plots are gone.
Posted on April 12, 2012, in Announcement, creativity, event, Family, Farm, News, Opinion, Organic Gardening, Veganism, Weather, wild things, Word from Bill and tagged Community, Community Garden, Garden, Home, Home and Garden, Opera House, Recreation and Sports, Seed swap. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.