Monday, 17 April 2017

Spring at the Ranch

Lorena and her daughter Reiko working with Mike and Slim Lorena and her daughter Reiko working with Mike and Slim Cherrye Williams

Calling all green thumbs! Everson Ranch garden is starting up for it's second year of growing! We have been busy preparing the soil, putting up greenhouses and looking forward to another season of gardening fun!

We have a big list of things to do ranging from construction projects to digging and organizing, seed sowing, and planting. There are plenty of opportunities for folks that want to help! We will even have some kids craft activities to do (which will need an adult volunteer to oversee.) Now is also the perfect time to start seedlings indoors. When they are ready to transplant, we would love to give them a home.

Please let us know if you would like to join our garden club! Any amount of volunteering would be appreciated. All you have to do is fill out the online volunteer form and submit it to our Volunteer Coordinator - Rosie. If you don't have time to work in the garden, you're still welcome to come on down for a tour.

Let's get growing!

Lorena and her daughter Reiko working with Mike and Slim - Lorena and her daughter Reiko working with Mike and Slim - Lorena and her daughter Reiko working with Mike and Slim -

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