Ledgewood Community Garden BEDS ARE AVAILABLE IN THE LEDGEWOOD COMMUNITY GARDEN! Green Thumb Not Required !!! Would you like to grow your own fresh produce? Are you a beginner and not sure what will work? Or an experienced gardener who loves to mentor others? Spring has arrived, cold weather aside, and Kim Gillespie, the coordinator of the Ledgewood Community Garden, is taking the lead to invite aspiring gardeners to join our community of gardeners. Come see why community gardeners are not just producing and eating the best and freshest food in town, they are creating a healthy, happy and diverse community – right in our own development. KIMBERLYGILLESPIE 17827FallingLeavesRoad 216‐339‐3054 [email protected] SUMMARY: Gardens produce much more than tomatoes, green beans and peppers. Community gardens foster relationships and produce pride that comes with providing sustenance for others. 1. Stake your claim. 2. Plot your garden plan. 3. Work the land. 4. Reap the harvest.
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