Last week, we shared the news story, that in response to some missing vegetables, the Pemberton Creek Community Garden had come up with a produce sharing tool: an overflow box. It's now installed. And in full swing. The photo and details below come via Molli Reynolds: If you are passing by the main entrance to the … Continue reading Deposit your garden bounty here: New Harvest Box installed at the Community Garden
Some great programming coming up from Stewardship Pemberton. Earth Day Garden Jam - April 22, Tuesday, 4pm-7pm, Pemberton Creek Community Garden. Plant the fenceline, move soil, renew your garden plot, and learn about lasagne gardening. Go Play Outside After School Club - April 23-June 25, Mondays and Wednesdays, 3pm-5pm, Grades K-5, $18 per session. Speaker Series … Continue reading Earth Day and other news from Stewardship Pemberton
The Community Garden Annual Renewal & Fundraiser is happening this Monday April 7th from 6-8pm at Black Bird Bakery with Pizza & Beer with proceeds going to the Garden and raffle tickets for sale. So come out and renew your plot, support a great community event and meet awesome gardeners. We once again have an … Continue reading Pemberton Creek Community Garden Get-together, Apr 7
Thank you to everyone who came out to support a very successful Fundraiser at Mile One to kick off the 2013 Community Garden Season. With renewals and money raised by Mile One generously donating 10% of sales from Garden members enjoying a great local meal as well as funds raised from RONA donating Garden Gift … Continue reading Green Thumbs: Sprouting Forward
By Laura Zgud, Photos by Zgud Photography, for the Pemberton Creek Community Garden Yes! It’s finally here, time to prepare the soil, get into the garden and get that great feeling of immersing your hands into the earth! The Garlic is up and you can see the popularity of it in the Community Garden as … Continue reading Green Thumbs: Rise and Shine of the Garlic
A great share, via the Pemberton Creek Community Garden, about a guerilla gardener who is changing the world, one veggie plot at a time.