Community Garden Coordination Meeting

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We are hosting a meeting for new and experienced gardeners who plan to be involved in community and school gardens in McDowell County. If you are a gardener or want to start a garden this is an opportunity to network with other volunteers and learn from their experiences. We also plan to share resources and places where you can find donations to help support your community garden.

When: Tuesday January 11, 2022 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.

Where: Zoom online registration

Please bring a list of the things you need, and resources you may have to share with other gardeners to the meeting.

Draft Agenda:

Introductions:

Name, Name of Community Gardens, Target Veggie Recipients, Current Partners, Volunteers, and etc.

– Success stories:

How did the 2021 season go? What will you continue in 2022?

– Plans for 2022:

How are you going to do things differently in 2022

– Current concerns or needs:

What are you anticipating needing assistance with in 2022?

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Matt Burneisen, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionMatt BurneisenProgram Assistant, Agriculture and Natural Resources - Keep McDowell Beautiful Call Matt Email Matt N.C. Cooperative Extension, McDowell County Center
Updated on Jan 18, 2022
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