Diggin’ In!

Finally the garden has been tilled, compost spread and plots staked. The garden is now ready for plots to be claimed as well as  transplants  and seeds brought down from the greenhouses.

We are inviting both volunteer gardeners and plot holders  to come to the garden Wednesday evening at 6:00 pm. Help us get the season rolling by ‘digging in’ …literally! We can use as many ‘hands and hoes’ as possible to prepare a few beds for the transplants that are desperate to get their roots into the ground. We have a good assortment of implements in the shed but if you have a favourite tool , we won’t be offended !!

If you have registered for a plot then you can claim it at this time. Can’t make it Wednesday? Don’t despair! We will simply assign the remaining plots and send you the plot number which you will find posted on each of the plots.

If you are not a plot holder we still really need your help!! There will be a schedule for future work sessions available Wednesday as well. This coming weekend we are planning to have our first weekend work session on Sunday. We will have  the time established for that session available Wednesday night and will notify everyone  by email and through the website as well.

Due to the weather delays we need to get these beds prepared and planted as soon as possible so your help will be greatly appreciated!

See you in the garden!

the fields, ready to plant!

more field, ready to start growing.

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