This garden exemplifies the Jewish value of healthy, sustainable food choices, and strengthens the traditional Jewish connection between food and social responsibility. The education and activities engage all generations and utilize master-gardeners within our membership.
Our committee is forming! We are purchasing materials, scheduling workshops, and developing curriculum. Planting will begin in April, when volunteers will be needed to install and maintain the garden. Do you love to garden or want to learn? Do you know someone who loves plants? Consider being a part of our committee, and bring a friend! Everyone is welcome to participate. No experience required!
To get involved, contact Chair Pamela Harbin at (412) 216–4536.
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