Green Corps seeks new members to join community garden at Buckeye Learning Farm
Do you want to grow fresh flowers, fruits and vegetables for you and your family? Do you want to meet some of your neighbors, learn new gardening skills and be part of a fun and exciting gardening community? Then come garden with us!
Cleveland Botanical Garden's Green Corps is proud to announce the expansion of the Buckeye-Woodland Community Garden at its Buckeye Learning Farm, located at 11305 Woodland Ave, between Woodland and Mt. Carmel Road, in Cleveland.
The community garden offers 24 garden beds, each measuring 4 by 8 feet, FREE OF CHARGE for use by community members in the Buckeye-Woodland neighborhood.
Benefits of community garden membership include:
- Grow your own food and flowers for free!
- Use of community garden tools and supplies provided by Green Corps
- Free access to water for your garden plot
- A limited number of seedlings will be available for planting
- Use of community garden compost bins and finished compost
- Access to Green Corps’ student and staff gardening expertise and workshops
- Participation in an active gardening community and gardening events, including a summer potluck, harvest party and more!
Space is limited, so please register today.
For more information, contact Buckeye Site and Community Manager Julia Ferguson at 216.707.2865 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Buckeye-Woodland Learning Farm Community Garden is made possible through the generous support of the St. Luke’s Foundation and Green Corps.