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By Brad Pass

It’s NOT too early to start thinking about Garden fresh tomatoes, herbs and squash, It only seems so if you look outside. So – crank up your imagination and conjure mental pictures of spading warm loam, planting and tending the food and flowers for 2013.

Gardening News:

  • The East Phillips Community 17th Ave. Garden (2428 17th Ave. S.) has a few openings for garden plots every spring. If you are an East Phillips resident and are interested, Contact Brad Pass at bpass@usinternet.com to get on the Wait List. For immediate attention, add “GARDEN” in caps to the subject line.

The First Garden General Membership meeting of the 2013 Gardening season;

WHEN? Saturday, April. 13th

Time? 10:00 AM

Where? The East Phillips Park Community Center (2307 17th Ave. S.)

Garden Plots will be assigned, and

Plot fees will be collected, and

Sign-up for Garden Work Groups

  • The Local Food Resource Hubs Network provides support to residents who wish to grow their own fresh produce, helping to ensure greater food security and healthy food access. Hub membership provides seeds, plants, classes, tools and networking. To join a hub in one of four Minneapolis neighborhoods or the Midway neighborhood of St.Paul, sign up online now! Or, download the printable sign-up form with program information at www.gardeningmatters.org.
  • Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a way for you to avoid the work and still reap the harvest of organic local gardens by paying in advance for the best produce available on a weekly basis as it is harvested. There are many farms and gardens from which to purchase shares. See MinnesotaGrown.com for a list. I am familiar with Amador Hill Farm at the Women’s Environmental Institute in North Branch. Go to http://www.w-e-i.org/ and click on “Purchase Your 2013 CSA Shares Now” for information.
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