Did you know that gardening is good for you?
We know that the world can be a stressful place and while this project is ambitious, we know that many hands make light work!
* Through the sharing of knowledge, planting, watering, weeding, and food harvesting, we are forming connections within our community and surrounding area.
* We are able to provide nutrient dense, fresh food to our families.
* We are able to participate in the education of food growth, development and sustainability to people of a variety of ages.
And the benefits of gardening far exceed the food that is grown, the mouths that are fed and the connections you will make!
Gardening is also great for your health. Studies show that gardening helps you combat stress, is a mood booster, helps protect your memory as you get older, builds strength, promotes sleep, and helps your body fight diseases.
“Like other mindful practices, ecological restoration can be viewed as an act of reciprocity in which humans exercise their caregiving responsibility for the ecosystems that sustain them. We restore the land, and the land restores us.”
― Robin Wall Kimmerer, Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge, and the Teachings of Plants
Want to get involved??
With that, we are sure you can't wait to join us!
To have your name on the weeding / mowing schedule, please call Elicia Kovac at 780-678-6518
If you’re more of a “spur of the moment” kind of person, feel free to stop by the garden any time and weed to your hearts content!
If you happen to drive by and see a group of people milling about - stop by, learn about what’s new and become involved in a project that has a very bright future!
Interested in a tour? Call Taren at 780-870-7558 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
RHRAF memberships are available for $20/member by contacting Karmen Bowal at 780-679-2188 or email@example.com