We took a look at the beautiful, and inspiring, Yarmouth Community Garden! They have been around for a few years, and are now growing more than 4,000 pounds of organic produce for their community. Take a look!
Garden leaders and neighborhood partners have been quietly sowing the seeds for a shared garden to grow healthy produce for the Scarborough Food Pantry and our neighbors struggling to put food on the table. St. Nicholas Episcopal Church will provide the space and water; Scarborough Garden Club and gardeners from all over town will help us plant and harvest; Kitchen Gardeners International and Cumberland County Master Gardeners are also stepping forward with advice and expertise; and Project GRACE will provide project support. Grant applications are being written, supporters and friends are being asked for gifts to cover start-up expenses like fencing and irrigation, and talent is being asked to lend a hand. Stay tuned for more news... or contact us to get involved!
Scarborough Community Garden at St. Nick's