Please join us for our Spring Gardening Meeting at the Milford Public Library April 8, from 10am -12pm. You may also email us at email@example.com to rent plots for 2017.
Are you ready to start another season of community gardening? We sure are! With spring right around the corner it's time to start planning our gardens.
Join us for the Milford Community Garden Spring Meeting on April 8 from 10am-12pm at the Milford Public Library, Community Meeting Room (to your right as you enter). All returning and new gardeners are invited to attend to secure plots for 2017.
We will provide an overview of the garden, our values/mission, discuss gardener responsibilities, 2017 contract, and answer any questions you may have. After contracts are received you will be assigned a plot.
you will find 2017 Calendar and Contract.
We are looking forward to meeting new gardeners and welcoming back continuing gardeners as we get ready to dig into another plentiful organic gardening season.
On behalf of the Core Team, we thank you for your continued support and participation and look forward to seeing you Saturday April 8.
Julie, Carol, Diane, Laurie, & Janette
If you are interested in joining the Core Team we welcome the help.
Calendar for 2017
April 8 Sat 10am-12pm All Gardeners Meeting - Milford Public Library, Community Room
May 13 Sat 9am-1pm Spring Workday (snacks & lunch provided)
May 21 Sun 9am -1pm Spring Workday (snacks & lunch provided)June 5 Mon 4-7pm Volunteer Garden Planting Day
June 10 Sat 4pm start Potluck Bonfire (weather permitting)
Oct 14 Sat 9am-1pm Fall Workday (snacks & lunch provided)
Oct 22 Sun 9am-1pm Fall Workday (snacks & lunch provided)
Dec 10 Sun 3pm-6pm Holiday Gathering
Volunteer Garden Planting Day - if possible
Work One Spring Workday*
Work One Fall Workday*
Fill Water Barrels 2 weeks during the 5-month garden season (schedule posted on Sign-up genius - link emailed to all gardeners – need 3-4 gardeners for each week)
Live Traps – If you choose to use a live trap to capture a woodchuck or other pesky critter visiting your garden you are solely responsible for its set up and removal. You will write your name and phone number on the kiosk with the location of the trap. If you trap you release. See Michigan Trappers & Predator Callers Regulations http://www.mtpca.com/regulations.html and Michigan Trapper Education from Michigan Department of Natural Resources http://www.michigan.gov/dnr/0,4570,7-153-10363_10880-174841--,00.html.
(*if you are unable to fulfill workday commitments call Carol at 248-684-2658)
To learn more, please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
We will be glad to help you get started growing.