By many accounts, local communities are getting greener. And this weekend, Sheridan will be getting more “invisible.” Sheridan Media's Betsy Love has the
Local communities are getting greener, but they are also getting getting redder, oranger and purpler. Whether your fancy is tomatoes or snow-peas, local interest in gardening is growing. In fact, in just under a year, around five new community gardens have sprouted. This is after the one which was started at Sheridan College last year became so popular that---well, that more community gardens were needed to fill the demand.
This weekend, you are invited to help make our area more colorful—and in a way more “invisible”--by helping build a community fence for the garden by Sagebrush school in Sheridan. Gardener extraordinaire, Bobbi Legerski, explains:
The building will begin around 8, snow or shine, but Bobby says come when you can. And if you stick around til lunch-time:
In case you didn't catch that:
Will be served, thanks to the superb hunting abilities of Dr. Scott Nickerson, who donated the meat for this project. It is not clear whether salad, which is not quite yet in season, will be part of the meal.
Also, if you would like your own plot in one of the community gardens, you have about a week left to reserve one of the few remaining spaces. We have the contact number posted for you on our website.
461-0337 Bobbi Legerski