Eco Community Building Projects for Northern Westchester/Southern Putnam
I want you! Yes, I want your feedback, ideas and most of all I want your participation. Let’s start some environmentally conscious community projects. We can start small and see where it goes from there. You with me? Let’s start by getting down and dirty!
Katonah Green Co-Gardening Project
If you have space in your garden to share, or space you’d like developed into a garden or planted with fruit trees, send me an email describing the space, your resources such as gardening equipment, water, fencing, plants and seeds; the history of the space like when/if it was last sprayed with any chemical herbicides, pesticides or fertilizers, and previous land use; and your vision for the garden whether that is to experience growing your own food, to turn your land into something productive, or to grow fresh organic food to share with the Katonah Community Center.
If you have a yearning for digging in the soil, but don’t own a plot of land, send me an email describing how much time you have to dedicate to a garden project, your resources such as gardening tools, a truck, or money to donate for plants/seeds/fencing; your growing and gardening experience; and your vision. A co-gardeners vision could be to save money on organic foods, to get in touch with the land and food, or to encourage and support local agriculture with their enthusiasm and knowledge.
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