Gardening in Grand County seminar Friday, May 3
It feels like spring might really be arriving in Grand County. Before we know it, the trees along the river will have that first hint of green and we’ll be thinking of planting in our own gardens. If you are an experienced gardener or would like to give vegetable gardening a try, a community garden might be right for you. The organization Grand Community Gardens, in partnership with CSU Extension Grand County Office, has four community gardening sites – Kremmling, Hot Sulphur Springs, Granby, and Fraser (all Fraser garden plots have already been rented for this year). The community gardens are open to anyone who is interested in growing their own vegetables. For a reasonable fee, a raised garden bed, already filled with soil, is provided. The gardens are fenced and have an automatic watering system which makes maintenance a breeze. If you are interested in finding out more about Grand Community Gardens, there will be an information meeting at the Hot Sulphur Springs Library at noon on Friday, May 3. Information can also be found at http://www.grandcommunitygardens.org.
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