Be part of a community gardening project in Ridgecrest

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Ridgecrest residents are invited to a gathering of neighbors on Monday, November 4, 6:30 – 8:30pm  at Food Lifeline, 1702 NE 150th St, in their Volunteer Training Center. 

Cecily Kaplan, Ridgecrest Neighbor and Community Garden Enthusiast says, 
I would like to invite you to a gathering to discuss the possibility of creating a community garden in the Ridgecrest neighborhood in collaboration with Diggin' Shoreline.

Diggin’ Shoreline is a local non-profit organization formed to help inspire and nourish our community through gardening. Helping neighbors create community gardens is a vital part of Diggin’s mission. 

We will definitely want to talk about potential sites. Before we can move forward with any site though, we’ll first need to gauge the interest of our neighbors for working on the project. We will also need to envision what type of garden we might like: a vegetable garden with community gathering space? an orchard with benches to sit? a flower garden? a demonstration garden? large or small? 

Bring your interest and enthusiasm to help create a space that reflects the energy and diversity of our neighborhood. Let’s grow relationships that last a lifetime!

To RSVP or for further questions, contact Cecily by email.


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