Join us Saturday, September 10, for the Good Cheer Harvest Party and Music Fest. The theme of the day is “Cultivating Community”. From 11 am – 3 pm, there will be local music, games for kids, great food served by local nonprofits, a cook-off competition, and the raffle of a garden shed built by Bob… More Good Cheer Harvest Party and Music Fest
Wow! Bob Bowling has done it again– donated another garden shed to raffle off for the benefit of Good Cheer Food Bank! This 6′ x 8′ shed is gorgeous, perfect for potting up plants and storing garden equipment. Custom built with recycling wood and materials, and it is a beauty. Thank you, Bob! Click HERE for more… More Win a Garden Shed made by Bob Bowling!
On Saturday, September 10, Growing Groceries will be part of the Good Cheer Harvest Party and Music Fest, and the classes will be in the Good Cheer Garden. 9 – 10 am: Top Tips of the Month Presented by Cary Peterson, Good Cheer Garden Coordinator What to do in September in your garden. Bring your questions! 10 – 11 am:… More Growing Groceries Celebrating the Harvest
What fun! The worm castings from our in-ground worm bins not only got a blue ribbon at the Island County Fair, they got the Merit Award! We are all very proud of our worms, and love those in-ground worm bins. Learn about how to make blue ribbon worm castings at the September Growing Groceries class,… More Blue Ribbon Worm Castings!
Lots of carrots coming in, plus beets, lettuce, kale, chard, cucumbers, zucchini, tomatoes, basil and beans. Say goodbye to the older plants, and plant new ones for the fall crop! Flowers for the bees and beneficial insects, too! Our work party on Wednesday has been great fun, with harvesting in the morning, and… More Harvest bountiful and planting for the fall!
A huge thank you to the farmers and vendors from the Farmer’s Markets! The Good Cheer Garden grows a lot, but not enough to meet the need for produce in the food bank. We are very grateful to our local farmers for their donations! Specifically, we’d like to express our appreciation to….. … More Thank you farmers at the Farmer’s Markets!