Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Fall Gardening Starts NOW!

The Campbell Community Garden has a few plots open right now. Our rental season usually goes from January 1st through December 31st, but anyone who rents a garden now will get 18 month of gardening for the price of 12!
The Campbell Community Garden in January, YES you can grow veggies in winter!

Fall is a great tine to start gardening. There are many things one can grow over the winter in Milwaukie. Hardy greens, root veggies, garlic, If you live in Milwaukie and want to start gardening, go to our Rent a Garden page to get signed up.

Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Mid August in the Garden

Tomatoes are coming on strong now! Beans, cucumbers, and squash need to be picked nearly daily. And plans for our fall and winter gardens are being made. This week we will donate over 100 pounds of garden veggies to Esther's Pantry.

Thanks to The Peck's for visiting our garden and writing this nice story about our community effort:  Community gardens grow more than vegetables, fruits.
The garden in August

Saturday, June 11, 2016

Ready for summer!

Lots is happening in the Campbell Community Garden. We are busy harvesting lettuce, kale, artichokes, peas, herbs and more for donation to Esther's Pantry and gardeners are busy planting summer crops like tomatoes and zucchini.
Artichokes and herbs

Lettuce and onions

Ready for beans to sprout

Tomatoes

Plants to share


Friday, March 4, 2016

Spring!

Technically spring is still a little ways off, but it sure feels like it is here in the garden. We are busy harvesting lettuce, kale, carrots, radishes, herbs and more. We are planting seeds (its time to plant peas!) and pulling weeds.


All of the plots at the Campbell Community Garden are currently rented for the 2016 season. however if you want to garden with us, please fill out the registration form (link found on the "Rent a Garden" page) you will get onto our waiting list for the next open garden plot.

Friday, January 29, 2016

Spring is on the way! The time to get gardening is NOW!

Peppermint Stick Chard and Cut & Come Again
Mustard from Renee's Garden Seeds January 2016
The harvest sharing program is an essential part of the Campbell Community Garden; in 3 plots food is grown to be donated to Esther’s Pantry - just a few miles away from the garden. Gardeners who find themselves with more to harvest than they can eat add to the donations. In 2015 we donated 1,411 pounds of produce. We have donated 9 ½ pounds this month and hope to exceed last years total by the end of the year.

If you want to join our great gardening community rent a plot! We have several spaces open for Milwaukie residents to rent, just $30 a year for a small plot or $40 a year for a medium plot (large plots are all rented). 
  • New to gardening? Don’t worry we have several experienced gardeners who will help you out.
  • Don’t have tools? No problem. Thanks to generous donors we have tools to use and free seeds too!
  • Don’t like vegetables? Grow flowers! You may find yourself eating more veggies and salads when you taste what is truly fresh J
Mid-summer harvest for donation
Winter is a great time to get started, you have time to plan before spring really hits us, and it is nearly time to plant peas and other cool weather crops. We garden year round!
Ruby Gem Romaine, nearly ready for harvest in Winter! Thanks to Renee's Garden Seeds!

Friday, October 16, 2015

Gardens For Rent

Fall and winter gardening starts NOW! We have 4 open plots at the garden, all ready for planting fall veggie starts and garlic. We garden year round, and if you join us now you will get the last few months of 2015 for free when you pay for 2016.
The Campbell Community Garden in December 2012
Go to our Rent a Garden tab to sign up!

Friday, May 22, 2015

Two Garden Plots for Rent!

Do you want to grow your own food in Milwaukie, but don't have the space or sun at home? We have both at the the Campbell Community Garden! We have one medium garden and one large garden open for 2015. Sign up on our "rent a garden" page.

No experience necessary, a community garden is a great place to learn!
Root vegetables harvested at the CCG on May 20, 2015