Community Garden Work Day: Mulch Moving and Garden Prep, 3/12

The Keystone-Monon Community Garden’s first community-wide garden work day is this Saturday, March 12, from 10 am-2 pm, and we need your help!

WHAT: Mulch Moving Day! Learn how to cover sheets of cardboard with mulch throughout the garden area to suppress grass and weeds. Mulch will be located on the west side of the park at 46th and Haverford, and we need help moving mulch by wheelbarrow to the garden, located south of the picnic shelter.

WHEN: Saturday, March 12, 10 am-2 pm (or whenever the work is complete) – Join us for as long as you are able! If needed, we may finish up work on Sunday.

WHERE: Arsenal Park, located at 46th and Haverford, west side parking area

WHAT TO BRING: If you have a wheelbarrow, shovels, rakes, or pitchforks, please bring them. Otherwise, just bring yourself, comfortable work shoes, and a full water bottle. Dress for the weather.

WHO: YOU! Be a part of creating Indy’s newest community garden!

 

If you are able to attend, please let us know at KMCommunityGarden@gmail.com. Also, let us know if you have a wheelbarrow or tools you can bring!

Invite your neighbors and friends – we need YOU to put the “community” in “community garden.”

Keystone-Monon Community Garden, spring 2016.//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js

Keystone-Monon Community Garden, spring 2016.//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js

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3 thoughts on “Community Garden Work Day: Mulch Moving and Garden Prep, 3/12

  1. Hi, we tried to send you an email regarding this Saturday’s event, but the email address listed on Facebook led to a bounced message. Is there a better way to contact you?

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