Community Gardens

(Last Updated On: October 5, 2009)

This past winter we signed up to be a part of the Saline Community Garden. What is a community garden? It is a place where you are assigned a plot for a whole season for a price. You use that plot to grow whatever your heart desires. It is a great way to get to know people in the community as well as get to see what everyone is growing and what techniques they are using. We have learned a lot this season from just walking around the garden. Also it has been stress-free gardening. The plots in Saline are all raised beds with great soil. So I haven’t had many problems with things growing, pests, or weeds. Not all community gardens are going to be like that, this is just my experience this year at our plot.

To read about our community garden, here in Saline, visit this website:

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