Category Archives: community gardens

Community Garden plots available in Greenland, NH

Living Innovations is inviting gardeners to tend plots on their Greenland property. Living Innovations, a provider of in-home and community based services for elders and people with disabilities has a corporate office at 47 Tide Mill Road, situated between the Golf and Ski Warehouse and the historic Weeks Mansion on Route 33. They have opened up free plots […]

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Kittery Community Garden Planning Meeting, March 2

Kittery Community Garden Planning Meeting Kittery Adult Education Venue: Traip Academy, Kittery, ME Date: Monday, March 2, Time: 6-7 pm Fee: Free and open to the public, preregistration requested Community gardens are popping up all over the world, allowing folks to raise their own food in a community setting. Community gardens take many different forms—what would […]

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School Garden 101, October 21

University of Maine Cooperative Extension in York County is offering School Garden 101 this fall, beginning on Tuesday, October 21st. This series of 6 classes is geared for school teachers, school staff, and volunteers who want to build their skills related to creating and maintaining a successful school garden: School Garden 101 Short Course University of Maine Cooperative Extension in […]

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Grow a Row for your local food pantry!

Have a green thumb and a little extra garden space? New Roots Farm in partnership with Seacoast Eat Local is looking for garden partners to help increase fresh local produce available at our many local pantries. How can YOU help? Step 1: Pick up free seedlings or seeds available at New Roots Farm in Newmarket […]

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Goss Farm Open House, April 12

Goss Farm Open House Goss Farm, 251 Harbor Road, Rye, NH Saturday, April 12, 2014 (snow date April 13) 12:30 – 2:30pm Please join us and learn about former, current, and future activities at the Goss Farm, 251 Harbor Road in Rye on Saturday, April 12th, 12:30-2:30 at the farm (snow date April 13th). Tracy Degnan […]

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Learn How to Build a School Garden, February 1

Curious about starting your own school or educational youth garden project? Join Ron Christie of UNH Cooperative Extension at the NOFA-NH Winter Conference for a day-long School and Youth Garden Intensive Workshop! Learn How to Build an Education or School Garden Ron Christie, UNH Cooperative Extension NOFA-NH Winter Conference, Rundlett Middle School, 144 South St, Concord, NH Saturday, February […]

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Farmhouse Dinners — Benefit for Goss Farm, September 28 & 29

Farmhouse Dinners — Benefit for Goss Farm Goss Community Farm, 124 Washington Rd, Rye, NH Dining Options: 1. Chicken ($50 per person): Saturday, September 28, 2013, 6-9 PM 2. Lobster ($75 per person): Sunday, September 29, 2013, 5-8 PM 3. Both evenings for $100 per person Saturday Menu: *Roasted chicken Potatoes, Butternut Squash Soup, Garden Salad, Dinner rolls Apple […]

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North Hampton Community Garden Herb Talk and Tour, June 15

North Hampton Community Garden Herb Talk and Tour North Hampton Community Garden, Rte 111/Exeter Rd,North Hampton, NH Saturday, June 15, 2013 (rain or shine) 9 – 11 am Join UNH Cooperative Extension Master Gardener Ginny Shannon on a tour of the herb garden, learn how to use herbs as part of edible landscaping, in kitchen […]

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Garden Plots Available at Beach Plum Farm

Would You Like to Garden at Beach Plum Farm? Community gardeners keep a tradition alive at Beach Plum Farm on Route 1, Ogunquit, in view of the sea. A limited number of plots are available at $45/year for Great Works’ members or $60/year for non-members. To reserve your plot, email garden manager Dan Hansche or call […]

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Creating Children’s Gardens Workshop, February 9

A free workshop for 4-H volunteer leaders, teachers, Master Gardeners and others interested in promoting youth gardens: Creating Children’s Gardens Farm and Forest Exposition, Salon B, Radisson Hotel, 700 Elm St., Manchester NH Saturday, February 9, 2013 12:30 – 2:30 pm Led by Ron Christie, UNH Cooperative Extension Program Coordinator, the “go to guy” for […]

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