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TIME TO RESERVE YOUR 2022 GRAND COUNTY GARDEN BED
 

                  THE 2022 GRAND COUNTY GARDEN BED APPLICATIONS ARE AVAILABLE.

               TO RESERVE A GARDEN BED IN GRANBY, HOT SULPHER SPRINGS OR KREMMLING

                                               PLEASE CLICK THE FORM BELOW

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         PLEASE CALL YOUR SITE COORDINATOR( Listed in the "Join Us") TO TELL THEM YOU HAVE COMPLETED                                  YOUR APPLICATION AND MAILED YOUR CHECK FOR 2022.

 

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                                                                  CSU EXTENSION

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                    The Fraser Community Garden is now part of the Fraser Valley Rec Center. 

                          To get applications and information contact fvcg@fraservalleyrec.org 

                                     

Mission Statement

The Mission of the Grand Community Gardens is to enrich the individual, social and environmental health of Grand County through gardening education and providing residents the opportunity for learning how to grow their own food to become a more sustainable community.

 

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There are 4 community gardens in Grand County. One of them is in Fraser near the ball parks and is part of the Fraser Valley Rec District. Contact: fvcg@fraservalleyrec.org to get information about these gardens and their applications.

The other 3 are located in Granby, on the hill of Morales Park; in Hot Sulphur Springs,and adjacent to the Fairgrounds in Kremmling. All of the gardens are fenced, contain raised beds with nice soil, and have automatic watering systems. The raised beds vary in size and cost. Each site has a garden coordinator. You provide the labor, seeds, plants and soil amendments . You also harvest and eat the food you grow.
 

We gratefully acknowledge the generosity of our community members that have made our gardens possible.

 

 

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These photos give an idea of the Grand County Community Gardens. A place to grow our own food, make friends, and share our common love of gardening

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