A joint project of the Attleboro Land Trust and the City of Attleboro
This social network has been set up to serve the needs of the people who have plots in the Attleboro Area Community Garden.
All community gardeners are asked to sign a contract which states the rules of the garden.
The volunteer role of Garden Coordinator will be shared. Andrea Gambrazzio will be one of the coordinators. Her home phone is 508-222-1846.
Gardener Juliet Teixeira is continuing to handle signups. As of April 6, there are no available plots. Contact Juliet at 508-222-2569 if you would like to be added to the waiting list. You can also reach her by going to Juliet Teixeira's Page and leaving a comment on her Comment Wall. This will result in an email being sent to her.
The garden is intended to be a community. To reach out to all, go to "My Page" and Add a Blog Post. Your blog post will appear further down on this Main page. Please note that all gardeners have not joined this site, and all members of this site are not current gardeners.
We received a notice on the following event at the Providence Athenaeum:
Fri 5/2, 5-7pm: SALON: Brown University visiting professor of Urban Agriculture Dawn King and City of Providence Healthy Communities Office Program Coordinator Ellen Cynar on "Sowing the Seeds of Community," part 1 of "Reap-ing What We Sow: Local and Global Issues of Growing Food in the 21st Century," a 3-part series curated by the Carrot Committee of Southside…Continue
Posted by Juliet Teixeira on April 27, 2014 at 6:12pm
If you're like me... you're on facebook everyday. I use it for everything from news, weather and staying updated with organizations, friends and family. Here's the Attleboro Gardening page.... I created it. Please join if you're so inclined.
Posted by Susan Singer on April 13, 2014 at 2:50pm
From their website:
SPRING PLANT DRIVE: April 20-26
Help green up the zoo! Daily; 10 AM-4 PM
Clearing out your yard, home or greenhouse and have some plants that need a home? Bring them to the zoo! We are looking for any plants that can be used in exhibits (indoors and…Continue
Posted by Susan Singer on April 13, 2014 at 2:47pm