Community gardens are growing in Bellows Falls - be part of this exciting and rewarding trend. Come to the Rockingham Free Public Library on Tuesday, March 23 at 5 p.m. and meet with like-minded folks.
The focus of this meeting is to create more neighborhood gardens and to expand existing ones, thereby making fresh produce more accessible to residents.
Representatives from The Bellows Falls Community Garden, 30+5 Health Education, Central Elementary School, Meeting Waters YMCA, and local UVM Master Gardeners will be at the meeting.
These groups have decided to collaborate and share resources in order to unite their time, efforts and people power, so that more gardens can be created, and thrive, in the community.
They are looking for community members interested in taking part in this project and also invite anyone who is looking for gardening space. Everyone is welcome to help cultivate the vision and reality of Bellows Falls as a vibrant garden town.
Because this meeting will take place during the dinner hour, healthy food will be provided.
For more information, call Health Education facilitators Nancy or Daylyn at 885-2126, ext.206.