CANCELLED 6/18/2021 – Salmon Brook (East) weeding & trimming Volunteers needed.

Time: 10:00a – Friday June 18, 2021

Location: Main St. between Glastonbury Foreign Auto & Sparkle Car Wash

Parking: Behind Glastonbury Foreign Auto (enter off of Spring Street)

Chore: Weeding & Trimming a few plants

Bring: pruners, weeders, garbage bag and personal drinking water

This is an easy garden to weed and trim. Doesn’t take long if we get a few people. Great garden!

5/19 @ 9a & 5/21/2021 @ 4p – Educational Garden Topic: Container Gardening

Educational Garden at Town Community Gardens

5/12 & 5/14 Topic: Cool Weather Vegetables RAIN CANCELS EVENT

Topic conversations begin at 9:10a on Wednesday and 4:10p on Friday. Topic repeats Wednesday & Friday of the same week

Guest Conversationalist: Pam Eudowe, Glastonbury Partners in Planting, Inc.

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 information@gpip.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 information@gpip.org Donations can be mailed to: GPIP PO Box 378 So. Glastonbury, CT 06073 or electronically via PayPal.

5/12 & 5/14/2021 – Educational Garden Topic: Cool Weather Veggies

Educational Garden at Town Community Gardens

5/12 & 5/14 Topic: Cool Weather Vegetables RAIN CANCELS EVENT

Topic conversations begin at 9:10a on Wednesday and 4:10p on Friday. Topic repeats Wednesday & Friday of the same week

Guest Conversationalist: Pam Eudowe, Glastonbury Partners in Planting, Inc.

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 information@gpip.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 information@gpip.org Donations can be mailed to: GPIP PO Box 378 So. Glastonbury, CT 06073 or electronically via PayPal.

5/5/21 @ 9:00a & 5/7/21 @ 4:00p – Educational Garden Topic: Soil

Every 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 there take a few minutes to listen to a short conversation on a specific topic.

Location: Community Gardens behind Herbert T. Clark House 45 Canione Rd., Glastonbury, CT

Topic conversations begin at 4:10pm. Topics repeat Wednesday & Friday of the same week.

Topic today: Soil and planning

Guest Conversationalist: Greg Foran, Park Superintendent, Tree Warden, Town of Glastonbury

RAIN CANCELS EVENT

Interested in volunteering at this garden? We need help with watering, weeding, harvesting, and topic conversationalist. Contact Pam at information@gpip.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 information@gpip.org Donations can be mailed to: GPIP PO Box 378 So. Glastonbury, CT 06073 or electronically via PayPal.

5/12/2021 Wednesday @ 9:30a – Salmon Brook Garden West

Salmon Brook Garden West – Spring Spruce-up

Wednesday, May 12, 2021 at 9:30 AM EDT

Location: Main St. between Glastonbury Foreign Auto & Sparkle Car Wash

Parking: Located off Spring Street on the right just after the building on the corner of Spring St. & Main St. Pull through until you are almost to Salmon Brook. A short walk to the garden.

Chores: Weeding, trimming, and edging

BYO: gloves, clippers, weeder, edger if you have one, bucket/bag for debris, broom for the sidewalk & drinking water.

Rain Date: 5/13/2021 @ 9:30a

Please come Help with the Planting & Gardening Chores. We are entering our busiest time of the year and need all of our wonderful volunteers help.  Please join in when and where you can

UPDATED 5/7/2021 Friday @ 1:OOp – Medians at Main & Rt 17 – Spring clean up

Medians at Main & Rt 17 – Spring clean up
Date:  May 7th, Friday
Time:  1:00p (please contact Andra: a.asars@sbcglobal.net)
Location:  Main St & Rt 17 – Park at the Shipman Nursery

Chores:  transplanting and planting perennials, some weeding.
BYO: Gloves, shovel, trowels, bucket for debris & plants, and personal drinking water

Please come Help with the Planting & Gardening Chores. We are entering our busiest time of the year and need all of our wonderful volunteers help.  Please join in when and where you can!