Community Garden

Gardening 2018

So let's start off the 2018 garden season with our annual informational meeting for both new and former community gardeners on 03/17/18 from 9:30am- 11:00am at the Oak Grove Lutheran Church Hall.

Topics of discussion include but not limited to: 2018 contract, gardening goals, donating produce, volunteering and mentoring.

Applications will be available at this meeting and plot assignments made for those who have purchased plots, so if you know of anyone interested in gardening with us 
this is the perfect time to apply for a plot.  Plots are going fast this year so don't miss out, come to the meeting and reserve your plot or raised bed.

Be a voice among the community gardeners by letting us know what you think, how we can improve and any suggestions you may have.
 
We look forward to seeing you all at the meeting.
 
Please let me know if you have any questions.
 
Sue Rape
724-766-6877
 

We're on our way to our fourth season in the community garden. In 2015 we raised many different kinds of vegtables, donating 1200 pounds of fresh produce to the Salvation Army Food Bank and keeping a lot of produce for self consumption. All on 20 plots. We had around 35 plots 2016 year, so far, and enough ground to do 100 plus.  In 2016 we donated over a ton of produce to the Food Bank.  3000 produce for 2017.  Become a part of what we are doing. Reserve your plot today.  The goal is 45 plots.

Plant your garden in the New Community Garden at Oak Grove this Spring! 10 x 20 garden plots available. Prime farm land! Organic only! Sign up today! This is a ministry of OGLC and so the fee is only $20! Learn more on Facebook by liking "Community Garden at Oak Grove Lutheran Church." If you have extra produce, bring it to OGLC by 10:00 AM on Monday morning to be picked up by the Salvation Army Food Shelves. 

Contact Sue Rape


Ladies and Gentlemen you may plant your gardens.

 

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