A special thanks to Connect to your Community Garden for having me write on her blog this week. A topic that I’m so passionate about, and would love to work with more.
Posted on October 26, 2014 in TEACHING OTHERS
You’re most welcome Kathy! 🙂
It was so interesting reading your thoughts and opinions on the role of community gardens and how the members can make them more approachable for prospective gardeners. It’s so interesting how little things such as regular gatherings and morning teas can REALLY make such a huge difference in getting people to join their community gardens.
Thanks so much once again for contributing to the Connect To Your Garden campaign!!
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