Recently we have had a ton of inquiries about community gardening.
- How to do it?
- Why to do it?
- Where it’s being done?
- Ways to get involved?
I’m talking hundreds of people. Maybe you are one of the inquirers. If so, here’s your chance to engage.
Whether you want to put a tick next to the name of one more of San Antonio’s unique community gardens, wish to pick up some free gardening tips, or seek new ways to volunteer, we are lining up some great opportunities for you.
Our second MINI-TOUR and orientation to community gardening in San Antonio is scheduled:
High Country Community Garden
Address: 16418 Cypress Park
Host: Don and Anne Macaulay, Garden Stewards
Date: Saturday, March 16, 2013:
The MINI-TOUR will happen during a regular garden workday for the folks at High Country CG. Don will step aside from his labors at 10am to show off several components of the garden during this one-hour tour with question and answer period. Garden features include:
- Brand new water catchment pavilion (Designed by UTSA students!)
- Walking trails leading neighborhood walkers right through the garden
- A variety of perennial and annual plants for seasonal harvests
- Gardeners at work and beautifying an older suburb
Don says, “Get involved, it is good for you,” of his garden that started in August 2008.
- So, plan to come out for the MINI-TOUR.
- Get a little dirty, maybe.
- Gain a whole lot of information from active community gardeners.
- And see another little corner of San Antonio that is home to one of Green Spaces community gardens!
PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED!!
Please do not come without registering because SPACE IS LIMITED!!
Keep your eyes and ears open for more MINI-TOURS of area community gardens. These are open to anyone from the average Joe to politicians and potential funders.
Our community gardeners and stewards know the process best and inquirers will love to see and hear about their efforts!!
Come. Learn. See. Do. You can be our VOICE in the community too!!