2nd Annual Community Garden Gathering of the Big Bend: 12-2pm., Sat., 4/23 at the Havana Community Gardens

2nd Annual 

Community Gardening  

(of the Big Bend)

Pot luck, 12-2pm, Sat., April 23rd
on US 27 N. of Tallahassee, on the Right just before you reach Havana (map)

It is time to join again to support one another, to learn, strategize, and chat about community gardens’ contribution to healthy, affordable and good-tasting food in the Big Bend.

Come hear the story of Havana’s Community Gardens; learn and share with fellow community gardeners, garden educators and activists; and explore how we can encourage and further the community gardening movement in our area.  Already have or or aspire to start a church, school, after school, organizational, donation or business garden?  Hope to see you there.

Please bring stories of garden successes and a challenge or question you are currently facing, and if it works, bring a covered dish to share.  Drinks will be provided.   Meet near the trees.  Bring a chair.  We look forward to meeting and learning from fellow community gardeners.

Please RSVP ASAP to Nathan Ballentine, aka Man in Overalls by following this link, by email maninoveralls "at" gmail "dot" com, or phone 322-0749.

Thanks go to the other co-organizers: Jennifer Taylor with FAMU’s Small Farm Program (famu.register@gmail.com, 412-5260), Miaisha Mitchell, Director of the Frenchtown Rivitalization Council (Mmiaisha@aol.com, 224-8404), and, of course, the Havana Community Gardeners (havanacg.org).