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6th Annual Foster Powell Garden Tour: Saturday, April 15th

Introductions & Updates

Greetings Neighbors, Alas, I sit down to write a little update as the new community garden manager.  I’m Stacey (not Beyonce) — a plain old neighbor with a heart for living things, and the ambition to think she could keep … Continue reading

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Time To Grow, Time to Glow, Time to Go!

The Foster Powell Community Garden has just hosted it’s 4th Annual Plant Sale and, thanks to our neighbors who donated starts and divisions and the area businesses who donated raffle prizes, we added about $315 to our little garden budget. … Continue reading

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Annual Plant Sale and Fundraiser

Sunday, April 16th (from 9-3)  is the only FOPO garden fundraiser of the year! Get yard sale prices on plant starts and divisions, enter the raffle for great garden prizes, and enjoy some snacks with your neighbors. The day before … Continue reading

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Stretch, Yawn, Shiver

Thank you to the 25 neighbors who volunteered part of a rainy-snowy, Sunday to help wake up our community garden.I didn’t get everyone’s names this time and I only got one image of the day. It was a busy time! … Continue reading

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WAKEY, WAKEY!

Tomorrow, Sunday, February 26th from 10-2 Please join us for the waking of the garden and the planting of fruit trees. We have work gloves and many tools. Cordless drills w/ Phillips-head driver bits are like unicorns. If you have … Continue reading

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Good Apples and Guilds

Happy 2017 everyone. We hope you are warm and happy on these slushy, mushy, NW winter days.We’d like to welcome some new committee members to the garden. Amy, Melissa and Mark (the good apples of which I speak) are each … Continue reading

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Fruitful changes in store for next year

The Foster Powell Community Garden is changing a bit. In an effort to streamline the oversight for the next director and a newly formed committee, and to waste less food than the individual beds do, we’ve decided to start converting … Continue reading

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