With the SMCC board’s approval, a fall garden was started with six people, and funds donated by the Community Center, as well as individuals and businesses in our area.
This garden shows great promise for those who do not have space or a lot of time — to join together and garden, to demonstrate that even a small plot can be beneficial, and ultimately to provide food for others who cannot garden. SMCC has acquired land this past winter where the garden might expand, and several workshops and workdays are planned for the spring.
See our information about the “Land Use Forum”. Your input is desired and would be so helpful.
The need is now. We all share the water, the soil and the potential to take care of each other. Many of you in this community have responded, sharing your ideas, time and places for us to learn. Come volunteer to work the community garden.