Community Garden Tour

The community gardens will host the first annual Santa Fe Community Garden Tour on Saturday, September 17 from 1pm-4pm.  Gardeners will be available in seven locations during these hours to give tours, answer questions and provide information to sign-up for the 2012 garden season.  This is a free event.
Gardens include: Frenchy’s, LaFamilia, Sunnyslope, Railyard Park, Maclovia, Milagro and Hopewell.  A map of these locations will be posted on santafecommunitygardens.org before the tour.  Most locations are near downtown and have a short distance to drive or bike. The tour is self-paced so guests can visit the gardens in any order.  Parking is available at all gardens.
BEFORE THE TOUR: Come by the table at the Harvest for Peace event at theRailyard Park from 10:30AM-1PM.  It is presented by the Railyard Stewards and Roots & Shoots and will have live music, fun & educational activities, face painting and a parade at 12:30.  Home Grown New Mexico will share the table and will have recipes for refrigerator pickles, samples and vegetable identification games.
Come to the tour to see local garden food, meet gardeners and see amazing vegetables, fruits, herbs and flowers.  Some gardens will have garden fresh food and herb water for you to enjoy.  Learn about hoop houses, fall/winter gardens and water catchment. Hear the stories of the plants and critters that lived in the gardens this year.  Visit one or all seven community gardens.
For more information and map: Call Amy at 473-1403 or visit santafecommunitygardens.org
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