Our Mission: To promote gardening at a community level, to educate, create and encourage community involvement for the betterment of the community, while providing members with the joys of gardening organically.
Check out Farmer’s Almanac for a great planting guide to help you get going.
Thank you to our generous Donors!
Click here to see the list!
Plots are all spoken for for 2019…but please join the waiting list by sending us an application.
Download the application and rules here
OSU Extension Master Gardeners have provided Greene Acres with a Garden Journal containing a monthly to-do list. Click here to see what’s on the list for each month of the 2019 season.
Feel free to water with our rain barrel! Don’t drink or wash hands with it but it’s fine to water your plot!!
Be sure to check back often for more updates from Greene Acres Community Organic Garden!
In 2019 please consider giving any extra produce to those in need. Think you’re up to speed on community hunger issues? Check out this article!
PAR = “Plant a Row” Here’s a link for more valuable info on feeding the hungry. Plant A Row
How many pounds do you think you’ll be able to contribute from your plot?
Food for thought: You could grow one plant in your plot for donation purposes only!
In 2018 we donated almost 400 lbs of produce from our garden! Thank you for your kind donations to the local food bank!
Here are the latest notes from our master gardener mentor!
- Please submit any suggestions for future quarterly meeting educational topics here.
- Important RAIN BARREL notice: Do NOT drink this water or wash your hands with it! It is NON-POTABLE! It may contain harmful bacteria that could be hazardous to your health! Use the fresh water from the hoses for these purposes.
- Are you a “novice” gardener? Just learning the ropes? Feel free to reach out to Jo Ann Bartsch, who, as a Master Gardener, is our “mentor” at Greene Acres via email (email@example.com) with any questions. Click here here for some information on beginning your career as a vegetable gardener!
- Are you thinking about your garden just as much as we are? Click here for some great tips on planning your garden this year, courtesy of Jo Ann.