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As little buds start appearing on trees, and the days of snow-covered lawns start getting longer and longer, it’s pretty normal to start having thoughts of green things…
If you long to have your own little garden this spring and summer, but don’t have a good spot with soil, drainage, and access to water to call your own, how about considering the SAMRU Community Garden?
Facilitated by the SAMRU Centre for Student Initiative (CSI), the Community Garden is just one of the CSI’s projects, but one of the most appreciated over the spring and summer semesters. Whether you are an experienced gardener with lots of information to share, or someone who couldn’t tell a hoe from a rake, there’s a spot for you in the SAMRU Community Garden. Even if you don’t really relish the idea of getting dirt under your nails; there’s a place for you – we’ll be looking for all kinds of support and skills to help with organizing, promoting, watering, and event planning for the garden.
Get all the “dirt” by checking out the SAMRU Centre for Student Initiative >> http://www.samru.ca/supportservices/csi/
– Dawn Linnemoller, Editor & Content Coordinator, SAMRU