Think warm thoughts—springtime is approaching!
While we are sad to see our returning gardener registrations come to a close, we are relishing in the opportunities we had to check in with many friends who have been involved with the Community Gardens program for a number of years. One check-in in particular was a perfect reminder of how critical this program is to the health and well-being of our neighbors.
"To me it is a godsend, providing strength for my personal life and a... great lift for my own struggling heart and soul," said Peggy, a Knickerbocker Park Community Gardener who has been with the program since 2013. "Thank you for providing this great opportunity for all in this area." At Capital Roots, we take pride in providing fresh, affordable, green spaces for all. But what we care about most are the people we touch.
We’ve started taking seat reservations for orientation sessions—so get in touch with our Community Gardens program team soon to reserve your seat!
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Are you looking to grow your own seeds at home this year? Join us on Wednesday, February 28th, from 6:00-7:00pm for our seed starting class! Cassie Andrusz, Capital Roots’ Educator, will unveil some tricks and tips on how to start, transition, plant and care for your seedlings. This class will also dive into the importance of planting schedules, garden layout and prep. Did you know that late winter, early spring is best time to get started on your garden? Plus it adds some greenery to these grey, cold winter months. Contact Cassie at firstname.lastname@example.org or 518-274-8685 to sign up today!
1- when the Albany South Enders come out to play- more and more neighbors join us each week!
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Can wait to see what next Tuesday will bring.
Thanks Capital Roots for all your great programs.