Where: Legacy Park (Sabovich St. and Airport Blvd. at the Rotary Rocket)
Goals: Incorporate manure/sawdust into garden plots and plant cover crop seeds
Please Bring: Gloves, water, closed toe shoes. Additionally, if you have a shovel, hoe, or wheelbarrow you could bring, that would be great!
It is completely fine if you will be joining us for only an hour or so, I know many of you work during the day. I am so impressed with the amount of work we accomplished on our previous workday, and it was a great reminder that when we work together we can get a lot done! (17 garden beds in 4 hours with 10 volunteers!) I’m really looking forward to tomorrow, and I hope I’ll see you there!
Community gardens are pieces of land where plants are grown and maintained by a group of individuals in the community. They are generally divided into plots for individual, family, or group use, and can host a variety of community events.
The Revitalize Mojave Vision Plan outlined how community gardens would add value to Mojave, and address several of its critical needs. The Mojave Foundation, whose mission is to encourage grassroots development of Mojave, is well placed to organize and execute the development and construction of a community garden.
We need your input to develop Mojave’s community garden into a useful and valuable space!
Please follow the link to the following survey.