Bethel Food Bank Garden
Bethel's Food Bank Garden has been providing fresh produce to the WGAP and Fish Food Banks since 2009. We raise tomatoes, green beans, summer squash, peppers, and a variety of other vegetables in 12 raised beds. This project involves most of the congregation--and especially the children--in the planting, tending, and harvesting of vegetables.
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We are moving into the fullness of summer with the harvest of green beans, zucchini, and basil.
Tomatoes are ripen too.
Come and enjoy our garden whenever you are at church.
For harvesting we could use:
Grocery bags—both plastic and paper
Small to medium boxes
Berry baskets and flats
We could use some wood chips to mulch the paths between the beds.
Does anyone know of a source? Let us know, if you do.
Each week we need a garden steward to organize the harvest and
make sure the garden in healthy.
Sign up in the narthex or contact Judy Davis
Photos from the Garden