Check the give-n-take table by garden gate
Ideas for your 6 volunteer hours
There is always something that can be done in the garden: weed a path, add wood chips where needed, change water in tool rinse bucket, sweep the shed, empty the trash, etc. Please note your time
in book in shed - we use volunteer info
when applying for garden grants, etc.
Look around, see what needs doing, do it & thank you!
PLEASE! Latch the garden gate after you enter + after you leave.
Need seeds? Have extras?
See our seed sharing box in the shed.
Better for you than table sugar
Garden To-Do List
It's enjoyable & rewarding when fulfilling your 6 volunteer hours & helping our
garden at the same time! If you take care of any of the items "to do" in the garden, help in one
of our communitybeds, the orchard, or food bank bed upkeep & harvesting, please note your
time in the volunteer book in the shed.
INTERESTED IN HELPING WITH FOOD BANK BEDS?
From about mid-June through mid-September we meet on Thursday from 8-9 for picking & delivering fresh produce to the Whitefish North Valley Food Bank.
If you're available, join us!
Going away & can't pick your ripe crop? Have too much of something? To contribute to our weekly harvest, tell us your name & bed #. We will gently pick your contribution to our harvest.
Choose from a variety of beautifully wrapped seasonal baskets.
Grow bags in plastic or fabric are available locally or online. They extend your growing area for potatoes, carrots, & more.
In 2018 we had over 17 grow bags
in the garden!
Disclaimer: Whitefish Community Garden does not guarantee, approve, or endorse the information or products available on any of the linked websites.
Save 25% on cold pack honey now through November 5.
Thank you, members, for our
successful 10th season of the community garden! Our Fall to-do date was October 14 & most beds are empty except for still-growing veg & newly planted garlic.
Check here & our documents page in late February for info on the 2019 growing season.
53 raised beds for families & individuals, including beds dedicated to food bank harvests, scholarships, and community beds of: herbs, berries, asparagus, flowers & our fruit orchard with apples, plums, & cherries