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Mission:

To grow a healthier community through garden programs, education, and access to local produce. *New in 2018!

Vision:

A community of healthy people eating from healthy land. *New in 2018!

The Latest:

* Join our community garden in 2018

* 2018 Summer Camp

* 2018 Volunteer Opportunities

* May 2018 Newsletter

* 2017 Annual Report

*Check out our Map of Gardens in La Plata County!

* Blog - The current news from our gardens & programs!

* Education & Events - See what's happening this year!

* Monthly Newsletter - Sign up to receive our monthly newsletter

 

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Blog Updates:

  Kelle Bruno has spent years doing farm and garden work with youth in Southwest Colorado. These days she teaches 1st and 2nd grade, along with gardening, at a charter school in Pagosa Springs, but back around 2010 she was getting her hands dirty in the Needham Elementary School Garden...

The Garden Project of SW Colorado, The Moniker Foundation, and Paonia Soil Co. are teaming up to provide one lucky school or organization in La Plata County, CO with nine Smart Pod gardening totes, and the tools, supplies, hands-on support, and training to grow their own food. Schools and organizations...

It’s been twenty years since Shari Fitzgerald was assigned a project in her senior sociology class at Fort Lewis College. While her classmates spent the semester working closely with local nonprofits and organizations, Fitzgerald took a different approach. She created her own. What would later turn into the The Garden...