A Biodigester is a system that biologically digests organic materials. It is an effective way to reduce Carbon footprint, easily manage food waste, produce fertilizer, and save money.
The greenhouse is way to maintain the right environment for our seeds and seedlings while germinating.
Compost is a dark, crumbly, and earth smelling form of decomposing organic matter from our garden and kitchen scraps used to fertilize and improve the soil.
The tool shed offers a collection of hand tools, and soil amendments that can be used at no cost by the members of our community garden.
Rain barrel harvesting is a great way to conserve water for gardening. It is an excellent source of water for plants and landscape irrigation since it has no chemicals such as fluoride or chlorine.
The drip irrigation system hooked up to a timer slowly delivers water to plants at ground level. It prevents over-watering, resulting in less weeding, and water loss due to evaporation.
A place to hold gatherings, to cool off, and to relax after a long day of gardening.
The kitchen is used for cooking demonstrations, cleaning produce from the garden, and a gathering spot.
The Food Forest is a community of plants that have various vertical and horizontal plant and root layers that provide edible produce for the enjoyment of our community.
The Pollinator Garden attracts bees, butterflies, hummingbirds, or other beneficial creatures that transfer pollen from flower to flower to enhance the growth of our gardens.
Butterfly gardening is a way to create, improve, and maintain habitat for butterflies, skippers, moths and hummingbirds.
A Garden of herbs that are versatile and capable of lending great flavor to foods, and are natural remedies that benefit personal health and beauty. A wonderful way to enjoy the smells and tastes of a wide variety of plants.