Tomatoes, cabbage, cucumbers and kale are all typical produce you'll find growing at the Cedaredge Community Garden. Now, heritage apple trees are also taking up residence.
Cedaredge Community Gardens held its annual meeting on Friday, Feb 9. New members were welcomed and plans for the coming season discussed.
Cedaredge Community Gardens Association will hold its annual meeting for the 2019 season on Saturday, February 9 at the Creekside Cafe at 10 a.m.
Cedaredge Community Gardens is a 501 C(3) non profit association. Anyone interested in the activities of the garden is welcome to attend.
The Cedaredge Community Garden celebrated its 10th anniversary with a successful season. Although the water situation this year was a challenge, gardeners were able to grow and harvest their produce using water-saving methods.
The Cedaredge Community Gardens begins its ninth season this April. The board met in February, where changes to the membership structure were proposed and agreed.
The Cedaredge Community Garden annual meeting is set for Saturday, Feb. 4, at the Creekside Cafe in Cedaredge. Breakfast is at 9 a.m. followed by the meeting.
Cedaredge Community Gardens held its 2016 annual meeting Saturday, Feb. 6. This is the eighth season for the garden and plots are available for folks in the 81413 zip code area at $25 for a 10' x 20' plot or $15 for a raised containers garden.
Cedaredge Community Gardens has ended its seventh season with fall cleanup, and decided to have a little fun with a presentation of a ceremonial gift basket of produce for Delta County commissioner Bruce Hovde who has been an indispensible help to the garden all these years. Not only has he assisted by earmarking GOCO grants annually, he also comes in on his own time to help disk and plow as time permits.
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