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Events, workshops, work parties and more. Visit the calendar to see what's happening in gardens around Durango and how you can be involved!

 

 

Donate

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Donate today to support school and community gardens in Southwest Colorado. We are a 501(c)3 nonprofit and all donations are tax-deductible.

Volunteer

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Volunteers needed at all three of our beautiful gardens. Sign up to volunteer here.

September Dirt Club Registration Now Open

Youth after-school program engaging students in gardening, art and cooking activities.

Fort Lewis Mesa Elementary K - 5th Grade

Needham Elementary 1st - 3rd Grade

Riverview Elementary K - 2nd Grade

Riverview Elementary 3rd - 5th Grade

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What's Growing Blog

See what's happening in the gardens and check for upcoming events!

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Special Gifts

Donate to one of our gardens as a birthday, holiday, or in-memory gift for someone special! We'll send that special person or their family a card letting them know that a donation has been made in his/her honor to support school & community garden programs in Southwest Colorado. We'll send you a tax deductible receipt for your donation.


Our 2014 Business Sponsors

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Our 2014 Grant Sponsors

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What's Growing Blog

Attention Farmers! Please donate your extra tomatoes, onions and garlic to the Manna Soup Kitchen's Canning Extravaganza from now through September 24th. We'll be canning marinara sauce to last Manna through the winter months!

The 2014 Tour de Farms hosted by Growing Partners of Southwest Colorado was another great success! We rode bikes to area backyard gardens and farms on August 23rd for a inside look at the local food system.

Notice anything different? The Education Pavilion is complete!