Central Rivers Farmshed

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5/23/14 – Growing Collective Plant Sale

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Date(s) - 05/23/2014
12:00 am - 7:00 pm



The plant sale will be held Memorial Day Weekend:
Thursday, May 22, 3pm-7pm
Friday, May 23, 3pm-7pm
Saturday May 24, 9am-1pm

Proceeds to benefit future growing efforts at The Greenhouse Project.
Plant starts raised using organic practices although not certified.  Many unique and heirloom varieties will be available!

Sweet Peppers & Hot Peppers
Paste, Slicing & Cherry Tomatoes
Muskmelon, Cantaloupe, Watermelon, Honeydew
Zucchini, Summer Squash, Cucumbers
Winter Squash
Swiss Chard, Lettuce
Broccoli, Brussels Sprouts, Cauliflower, Cabbage, Kale, Kohlrabi

Basil, Cilantro, Fennel, Thyme, Parsley

**We accept EBT/FoodShare Cards for food-producing plants**  Visit snapgardens.org for more information.

About The Growing Collective
Stevens Point area gardeners have recently organized to take on the growing challenge together.  They call themselves The Growing Collective. The collective, started just last year at The Greenhouse Project by volunteers of Central Rivers Farmshed, is now over 30 members strong. The group is made up of both first-time and experienced home gardeners, along with several community groups including Central Wisconsin Environmental Station (CWES), UW-Extension’s Giving Gardens, and Tomorrow River School District.

The collective grows vegetable starts from seed, including heirloom, organic and unusual selections of tomatoes, peppers, herbs, and many more. Each member creates a plant order for themselves and also makes a commitment to help care for the up to 2000 plants that will be part of the group’s plant sale with proceeds going to support awareness and renovations of Farmshed’s Greenhouse Project.


We are a community that thrives on locally grown food produced in ways that are good for our health and the health of our land, water, and air


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