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Connecting to our neighbors, God, and the land, using sustainable agriculture to meet local hunger needs


"Gratitude is the fairest blossom which springs from the soul."
Henry Ward Beecher
Each week, we celebrate and are very grateful for each of our volunteers!  Without the faithful support of each of you, we could not do what we do. Your volunteer support enables our community garden to meet the basic need for healthy, nutritious food. What a blessing!  Please consider sharing your time with a needy community. 

Plant Guide

This link leads to a Companion Planting Chart that might interest some of you.  It shows each veggie, its companion plant , its allies, and its enemies.

Around the Garden

Starting to plant Tomatoes - Let's hope they don't freeze

2021 Memberships

This is a great time of year to begin your annual membership.

To become a member we request $15 per household (waived if this is a hardship).  This garden's primary goal is to provide food for local hunger relief.  However, members that log at least 10 volunteer hours are additionally eligible to harvest for their own households any time through the week.

It is easy to join online.  Please see the link at the end of this newsletter.

This Saturday

Saturday activities:
1.  Fertilize potatoes 
2. Plant zucchini and yellow squash 
3. Plant zinnias 
4. Continue with planting tomatoes 
5. Weeding, weeding, weeding
6. Mulching 

You can find the latest weather-related updates on our Facebook page.
To become a garden member ($15/household) or donate please use our online service.  
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Community Connections Garden · 118 E. South Ave. · Wake Forest, NC 27587 · USA

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