Friday, March 4, 2016


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.


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