This weekend is Earth Day and the Town of Franklin is encouraging everyone to pitch in around town on Sunday 4/22 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
We hope that you will help us out at the Community Garden location at King Street Memorial Park!
The forecast is for Rain on Sunday, 70% probability in the morning. Good for the planet, Bad for our workday.
So, we are moving our particular community garden Earth Day event up a day---It will be held on Saturday instead from 9-12 a.m.
We have a big pile of fresh wood chips to spread, weeds to pull (yes, already!), rocks to pile, compost to turn, pollinator garden beds to dig (flowers!), and more.
Please come lend a hand! Community Service Certificates will be available for those who need them.
While we have a few gloves, shovels and rakes here at the garden, there might not be enough to go around.
Please bring your own labeled tools and heavy duty gloves if you can.
If you have extra garden tools or equipment that you would like to donate to the Garden, we'd LOVE to have them!
Thanks to our great new shed---built for us by the awesome Tri-County RVTHS students & paid for with a Franklin Rotary grant!---we now have a place to safely store them.
The water at the garden is not on yet, that will happen some time in mid-May. We will have ice water there to drink for our volunteers this Saturday morning.
How about packing a picnic?
Thanks for your continued support & we hope to see you at the Garden on Saturday!
Need a map to find us? The Google map link is below:
Thank you for helping out!
The Franklin Community Garden Green Team