The garden operates on a shoestring cash budget of approximately $250 per year. Members pay dues to cover expenses like key copies and some tools, and the daily work of the farming is done by the refugee members. But much of the garden’s infrastructure, such as the security fence and the sprinkler system, has been generously donated by volunteers.

There is always work to be done, whether it is spreading wood chips to fight against invasive species, or garden beautification or pre-season tilling. Volunteers have donated use of their trucks and trailers for picking up compost and manure. High school teams have helped us to clear brush from felled trees and paint signs.

If you’d like to schedule a work day,

Susan McDaniels

Donate – Community Garden

$31 buys a hand tool land seeds for one family plot
$1000 helps us upgrade and expand our automated sprinkler system