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{Disarmed} Clarkston, Mich: Volunteers Need to Plant ClarkstonCommunity Garden

  • Subject: [cg] {Disarmed} Clarkston, Mich: Volunteers Need to Plant ClarkstonCommunity Garden
  • From: adam36055@aol.com
  • Date: Thu, 04 May 2006 13:13:10 -0400

Volunteers needed to help plant Clarkston Community Garden

The Clarkston Community Garden is ready for planting. 
Families and groups are needed Saturday, May 13, to plant all the crops for the 2006 season. Planting will start at 9 a.m. 
The garden is an approved Michigan State University Extension "Plant A Row" site. Fresh produce harvested at the end of the season is donated to needy families. 
In preparation for planting day, the Yesteryear's Farm Tractor Club broke ground in mid-April. Club members plowed and tilled the field, the first step to any garden opening. This past weekend, garden managers along with students from Clarkston High School's National Honor Society readied the beds and did a general clean-up on the site. 
There are other volunteer opportunities at the Community Garden for individuals and groups throughout the summer. 
Besides middle school and high school youth groups, Scout groups, neighborhood groups and families, the garden is in need of five garden managers and master gardeners. 
To volunteer, call the Independence Township Recreation Department at (248) 625-8223. 
Originally published May 4, 2006

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