Cub Creek Community Garden Plots are Full at This Time!

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Plots are full at this time!Cub Creek Community Garden

Join us at the Cub Creek Community Garden for the 2023 season. Whether you are a new gardener or experienced one, the garden is a great place to grow vegetables, flowers, and herbs. The Cub Creek Community Garden was created in 2011 from $7,000 grant through the Wilkes County Health Department from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation for Childhood Nutrition, a $1,000 grant from Walmart, Extension plant sale funds, and private contributions. For the 2023 garden season we have 60 garden plots are available to rent. Each plot is $20 to rent for the season which helps cover the costs of supplies such as tools, pesticides, fertilizers, and other garden supplies. The growing season lasts from February 1st- December 31st with returning gardeners having priority registration to renew their same plot in December of each year. Gardeners are expected to follow the Cub Creek Garden Rights, Privileges, Responsibilities and Obligations. Monthly newsletters will be sent out to gardeners during the season to showcase garden plots, provide gardening tips, and to announce garden news and updates.

Plots are full at this time!