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The Latest:

* Garden Share Program - Sponsor a low-income family to receive a weekly box of fresh produce

*  Jr. Gardener's 2015 Summer Camp @ Needham Elementary this July! Register your child today!

*  Ohana Kuleana Community Garden 2015 Workshop Series - 8 workshops March through October - RSVP online!

*  Check the Education & Events page for upcoming 2015 events and workshops

*  See what's happening in the gardens with our What's Growing Blog

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What's Growing Blog

This is the time of year when gardeners are always second guessing their decisions to plant or to hold off for warmer weather. At Manna we recently planted our lettuce, kale, chard, mustard, leeks, and pac choi plants. Our plants were not fully hardened off so we took some of...

On Friday, May 8th, 2015 Miller Middle School cut the ribbon on their new school garden in Durango! The Garden Project of Southwest Colorado is proud to be a partner on this project. Grants to make this garden possible include Durango Education Foundation, Whole Kids and the USDA Natural Resources...

Donate Today! Join our Facebook Event! Apply for a Garden Share. Download the application.   PRESS RELEASE Providing Families In Need with Fresh, Healthy Produce through A Garden Share Program For immediate release:  May 7, 2015     Contact:  Sandhya Tillotson, Executive Director                                               The Garden Project of Southwest Colorado         If you could...