As some of you know, the focus of this gardening season is on building relationships with the community and with each other, as well as on growing food and flowers. It is in this spirit of building relationships, that I would like to thank Project GROW for their collaboration in and help with, our garden so far.
In case you were unaware, Project GROW is a local, non – profit community garden orginization, that has been very helpful in the development of the Ann Arbor CIL community garden, this season. They have publicized our events in their newsletter; at least one person from Project GROW has been in attendance at all of our meetings; Project GROW has generously donated plenty of seeds and seed starting equipment to us; and i f that wasn’t enough, they will be starting some tomato plants in a hoop house for us!
Project GROW has been very kind to our community garden indeed, and we would like to continue to build a relationship with them. One way you could help us build a relationship with Project GROW is by getting involved in their organization. You can do this by attending one of Project Grow’s free gardening classes, events, and/or you can check out their available volunteer oppurtunities.
Getting involved in Project GROW can be a great way to get active and meet new friends this Spring and Summer. You can get more information about Project GROW and their current oppurtunities, by going to their website: www.projectgrowgardens.org.