Educational Garden at Town Community Gardens
Topic: Composting RAIN CANCELS EVENT
Topic conversations begin at 9:10a on Wednesday and 4:10p on Friday. Topic repeats Wednesday & Friday of the same week
Topic Leader: Jennifer Sherman. GPIP member and Chair of the Welles Shipman Ward Colonial Kitchen Garden, Master Gardener and she grew up on a dairy farm. She offers a lot of real life knowledge.
Location: Plot #68 – 45 Canione Rd., Glastonbury, CT (Behind Herbert T. Clark House)
Every Wednesday and Friday bring your questions about gardening to a GPIP volunteer at Garden Plot #68. We will do our best to answer any questions. And while you are there take a few minutes to listen to a short casual conversation on a specific topic. All produce from this garden will be donated.
Interested in volunteering at this garden or at another garden with GPIP? We need help with watering, weeding, harvesting, and topic conversationalist at this garden. Contact Pam at firstname.lastname@example.org or via Facebook Messenger
GPIP is a 501c3 non-profit organization that provides beautification, education, and environmental work on the public lands of Glastonbury. All projects are funded by membership dues, donations and/or grants. TOWN DOES NOT PAY FOR OUR WORK – it is all FREE.
For more information: GPIP.org or email@example.com Donations can be mailed to: GPIP PO Box 378 So. Glastonbury, CT 06073 or electronically via PayPal.