Saturday, June 8  •  11AM1PM  •  Pre-Registration Required  •  20 Participants • All Ages Welcome  •  Free!

Facilitated by Anna Poaster of Hellgate Farm

Come steward the park’s learning garden with us! We’ll get our hands dirty as we wake up the garden for spring and learn about ways to bring forth abundance from a small, urban, public space. 

Over three Saturdays, as the soil warms, we will learn about different crops, ways of planting that can sustain over the growing season, and how these plants work together with the human and non-human environment. 

The best gardeners are keen observers and careful listeners to their surroundings–our time in the garden space will be a balance of active planting and stewardship with slow and mindful time spent with the space we are cultivating. 

Come to one session or all three to observe the progression of planting and the ways that life comes forth as we move towards the peak growing season. 

No experience required! Just an open mind and a desire to create a living space for the community.

Image credit: Aneesa Razak