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Meeting on Cider Knoll Community Garden in Marlborough to be held March 29

Marlborough – Gardeners who are dreaming of more garden space can turn their dreams into reality by reserving space in the city of Marlborough’s first community garden. The new garden, which was created in response to resident requests and because Marlborough desires to be a more “sustainable” community, will enable residents to rent 10-feet by 20-feet plots at the Cider Knoll/Mello Family Meadow conservation land to grow vegetables and flowers.

If you are interested in learning more, come to a kick-off meeting Thursday, March 29 and sign up for a plot. The meeting will be held from 7 to 8:30 p.m. in the Memorial Hall, third floor, at Marlborough City Hall. Learn about the garden, sign up for a garden plot, and learn how you can help in setting up the plots for the first time.

For questions or to sign up for a plot, contact Priscilla Ryder, Conservation Officer of the Marlborough Conservation Commission, at 508-460-3768 or pryder@marlborough-ma.gov. Marlborough City Hall is located at 140 Main St.

Short URL: http://www.communityadvocate.com/?p=19889

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