"I say, if your knees aren't green by the end of the day, you ought to seriously re-examine your life."
- Bill Watterson, Calvin & Hobbes
Two Upcoming Activities From the Summit Community Gardens
Over the next few weeks, Summit Community Gardens will be holding two activities we think you won't want to miss.
Planting Native Pollinator Gardens class- (May 31st. 9a-11a, Park City Day School) This class is about high altitude gardening and how to attract bees and butterflies. This class will stress the importance of attracting insects that help your garden thrive. Click on the link below to register for this thought provoking class.
Garden Site Restoration Day - (June 7th, 9am, Summit Community Gardens area off Hwy 224) As we move to our next stage of the Summit Community Gardens, we ask that you help us return our garden area to its natural state!
While we focus on education and finding a more appropriate site for Summit Community Gardens, we need to minimize lasting impact on the current site. We’ll be dismantling raised beds, cleaning up the area of unused items, and restoring top soil.
If you had a plot last season, we ask that you come to remove anything of value that you would like to keep. Otherwise, it will be removed and either donated or recycled.
Please bring your own gloves, shovels, and a bottle for water (water provided). Stay as long as you can, we appreciate all help!
- And don't forget about our Kids Gardening classes coming up in mid-June. You can sign up for those below, too.
Adult Gardening Education (click on class below for more info & sign up)