A Stroll Through the CSA Community Garden

(Photos courtesy of Linc Spaulding)

This has been a very good growing season at the Calvary St. Andrews Community Garden – a Foodlink garden that donates all produce to the Foodlink Food Cupboard at CSA as well as the Mobile Food Pantry at CSA. Last year the garden produced almost 1,200 pounds of fresh produce – greens, tomatoes, cukes, carrots, beets, beans, peppers, and more. Free, fresh produce for clients that often don’t have access to it.

This year we hope to improve on our output, and so far, it looks promising (see the photos). Lead Gardeners Judy Bennett, Michael Orman, and Tracy Walker are always looking for volunteers to help water, weed, harvest, and replant.

If you have some time to volunteer, and like spending time in the garden, we hope that you will consider joining us.

 

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