Our last hurrah for the end of the fall 2020 semester! Join us to help finish our Community Space and prep our donation plots for winter. All ages are welcome, masks are required.
Come out and help us work on the next step of our Community Space project! Last time, we got rained out, so there’s still plenty of building and painting to be done! All ages are welcome, masks are required.
Interested in learning about pollinators and how to attract them to your garden? Join us on Wed November 11 at 11 am for a zoom chat with Dr. Miriam Jenkins, an expert on all things sustainable ag. She’ll be letting us know about our native pollinators to look out for and how to best support them in our gardens. This event will be hosted via Zoom.
Join us on Saturday, October 24th from 8 am – 11 am for our last Community Day of 2020! Enjoy free bagels and coffee, chat with your fellow gardeners, and get your hands in the dirt. We will have an opportunity for volunteers to help in our donation plots. Join us for all or only part of the morning! Groups are welcome; masks are required.
We met on Saturday August 1st from 8 am – 11 am. We enjoyed coffee and bagels, listened to a talk about planning your fall garden by garden manager Marley, and then pulled up some old corn stalks and planted cabbage and broccoli for fall in our donation plots!
Join us on Saturday, September 5th from 8 am – 11 am for Community Day! There will be free coffee and breakfast provided, an educational talk on a gardening topic, and a volunteer activity. Everyone is welcome, so bring friends, family, and neighbors! We will be social distancing and masks are required.
Niamke Shropshire-Boykin is a senior Horticulture student at Auburn University and the president of the Organic Gardening Club. He will be giving a hands-on talk about the importance of feeding the soil, and the benefits of supporting a diverse soil microbiome in your garden. Open to the public.
Time: 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm
Location: Foy Hall 105, Auburn University (next to Panda Express)
Join us on Saturday, February 29th from 9 am – noon for our first Community Day of the year! This event will also serve as orientation for all new gardeners, and will be a chance for all gardeners to meet and get to know each other at the start of the season. There will be free coffee and breakfast provided! Looking forward to seeing you all there!
November 9, 2019: This Community Day was spent planting our winter greens crops that we started in the greenhouse earlier this fall. We planted two types of kale, collard greens, and cabbages. We topped the morning off with a tasty BBQ potluck!