Our first 1 acre Community Garden!
We have to give a huge shout out to Charlie's Lawn Care for taking care of the field for us. They cut it when it was as tall as I was and then they cut it again yesterday for us. They have been a huge blessing to our organization! They will also be hauling the mushroom soil we will be filling the beds with. Please give them a call if you have work that needs to get done!
Wood is being delivered to start building our raised beds, tomorrow! Super excited! We could still use volunteers. If you can help let us know. Thank you Home Depot Souderton and their supplier for making this happen!
The Garden is producing and we are harvesting and delivering straight to the Food Pantries fron the garden. Help our Garden continue to grow!
Part of our mission is to teach low income families how to grow their own organic produce. In May of 2015 we were given access to this garden. It had 8 traditional beds. We had 4 families participate. In 2016 we were given access to 4 beds at Trinity United Church of Christ, see picture below.
We converted our first garden to raised beds, picture above, and were able to add 3 more raised beds.
As I write this we have an boy scout working on converting the Trinity garden to raised beds. There will be 6 that will be 24 inches instead of 12 making it easier for anyone with health issues to plant. These beds will have a cap on them allowing someone to garden while they sit!
This will be our second year for planting Eda Munch Community Food Pantries Garden. They have volunteers that water and maintain the garden during the season. All the produce from the garden is distributed through the food pantry.
This year we will be planting another garden for a nonprofit in the area that helps women get out of sex trafficking. We will be educating the staff and the women on how to maintain their garden. They will use what they grow to make healthy nutritious meals for the residents and staff.