NCG COMMUNITY UPDATE – Upcoming Classes

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NCG COMMUNITY UPDATE

ALOHA GARDENERS!

We will be holding classes for those gardeners who would like to be able to use the new commercial weed eaters. They will cover safety, preparation, operation, maintenance for storage, etc. You must attend an entire class before you can have access to this equipment.

Classes will be held on:

Saturday June 27 at 9:00 AM

Saturday July 11th at 9:00 AM

We may arrange for further classes or evening classes if we have a demand for them. Watch the board for further details or send inquiries to Jean and Doug Fulton through the garden gmail.

 

We have several opportunities to help with new or ongoing projects. If you would be interested you can contact the board member in charge.

  1. Lisa Berg and Gary Wellen have need of a helper or possible helpers to assist them with monthly inspections, tracking of work hours, and communicating community standards with garden members. If you would like to help please contact them at 808-633-6281 or 707-480-2376.
  2. Sylvia Pastor is working on a new project to involve people on our plot waiting list as communal gardeners in our community. If you are an established gardener and would like to act as a resource/mentor for this group please send an inquiry to her at our gmail or text her at 808-283-5286.

HAPPY GARDENING! – NCG BOARD

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About napiligarden

We are a community organization of gardeners farming 180 individual plots to organically grow food for our families and community. Our mission is to cultivate a community rooted in sustainability by providing a place for cooperative organic gardening. The Napili Community Garden organizating council is made up of an active, enthusiastic and engaged group of gardeners who have been busy building infrastructure and have just formalized the structure and governance of our community organization. Ulupono Initiative has generously subleased a 3.6 acre of land just above Honoapi'ilani Hwy for use as the Napili Community Garden. The garden is located on former pineapple lands that have been out of production for a sufficient period of time to be eligible for organic certification.

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