The Nutrition Collaboration of Oswego County will hold an informational meeting regarding the Fulton Community Garden project. Scheduled for Tuesday, May 15, the meeting will be held at 6 p.m. in the community room of the senior building at Pathfinder Courts/Gilberts Grove housing complex.
According to committee member and Rural Health Network Coordinator Danielle Wert, the meeting is open to all Fulton community members and will outline the plan for the community garden that will be located at John Lincoln Park.
“The community garden is a great way for Fulton residents to enjoy fresh vegetables, herbs and flowers right from their own garden,” said Wert. “Thanks to the collaborative efforts of Cornell Cooperative Extension of Oswego County, the City of Fulton, and the Nutrition Collaboration of Oswego County we will soon be breaking ground on the garden.”
Each resident wishing to participate in the community garden project will receive their own garden plot and the vegetables, herbs, or flowers that they raise will be theirs to enjoy.
Members of the Nutrition Collaboration of Oswego County will be providing support as needed so that those who have never tended a garden before will still be able to enjoy success.
Those interested in participating in the community garden project may attend this meeting.
Those seeking more information on the community garden project may contact Amy Roland at 598-4712, ext. 1811 or at email@example.com.