Get your hands dirty, learn how to care for plants and help tend the Anythink plot in the Perl Mack Community Garden. Best for elementary, tween and teens.
Tag: Community Garden
Anythink York Street’s Teen Advisory Board invites interested teens to join us while we work on our garden plot. Meet at the library, and then we’ll walk to the nearby Original Thornton Community Garden. Help us grow food and flowers for ourselves and for donation to help the community. Wear work clothes that you don’t mind getting dirty. Appropriate for students in grades 6-12. No registration required.
No matter what time of year, I'm pondering and planning about growing – vegetable growing and growing my inner self. Living on the mile-high plains of Colorado, after growing up in the mid-Atlantic area, learning to grow veggies at any time of year is challenging! The hail, quick temperature changes, snow on Mother's Day and early autumn freezes make things interesting.
With spring season right around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about our gardens. Anythink Commerce City, in partnership with Denver Urban Gardens, offers a limited amount of gardening plots for public use. Both new and established gardeners are welcome to join and collaborate with each other to cultivate fresh organic produce, tasty herbs and beautiful blooming flowers.