Welcome to the Cloverdale Community Garden Club
a community garden club for all ages
2019 Spring Brunch potluck
Sunday April 14, in the Hall
This event will be potluck style. So, please come bearing your favourite brunch dish to share with your fellow, food-loving neighbours.
During brunch, you’ll get a chance to learn more about the community garden, and you’ll have a chance to purchase your plot. Please have cash or a cheque to purchase your plot.
Garden Club fees are $30 and you must have an up-to-date Cloverdale Community League membership before you can join. Buy your CCL membership online or purchase it at the brunch.
RSVP to Kelsey email@example.com
about the garden club
Our mission is to provide:
Gardening opportunities for members
Manage an effective and equitably divided, well cared for land parcel
Education for club and community members
Select garden produce for those less fortune in Edmonton
plots and fees
We broke ground on May 2, 2015 and have since provided the Food Bank with 188 kg of potatoes. 25% of our garden space is used to grow food for the Edmonton Food Bank.
The garden has 26, 4’ x 8’ individual growing plots and 2 raised beds. There are a number of communal growing areas where produce planted is shared by all members. Common growing areas produce: Rubarb, tomatoes, potatoes, squash, zucchini, beans, peas, herbs and salad greens.
Garden Club fees are $30 for a single plot.
Garden Members must have an up-to-date Cloverdale Community League membership before they can join. (Here’s how to buy your CCL membership.)