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Hudson – It may be hard to imagine with all this cold weather, but the growing season is just a few months away. And that means Hudson Community Garden is about to embark on its second year.

With plans for educational workshops, volunteer days, doubling the number of garden plots, and expanding the Food Pantry donation program, you won’t want to miss out on hearing what the latest news is. To keep up to date, please “like” the community garden’s Facebook page and sign up for monthly e-newsletters. The garden’s Facebook page is a place to share ideas, ask questions, and meet other gardeners (some community garden participants and some not), all while learning new gardening tips and information about local, fresh food.

The monthly e-newsletter includes links about how to apply for plots, notes about how you can help the garden flourish, information about wonderful sponsors, and pictures showcasing the successes of volunteers and participants. Keep up to date by visiting www.facebook.com/hudsoncommunitygarden and by signing up for the e-newsletter by e-mailing hudsonmacommunitygarden@gmail.com.

For more information, visit www.hudsoncommunitygarden.org or drive by Port Street for a peek at what has been accomplished so far.

Short URL: http://www.communityadvocate.com/?p=30023

Posted by on Jan 5 2013. Filed under Hudson, People and Places. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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