Community Gardens

Community Gardens Flyer

There’s no question about it! We need to produce and consume healthier foods. That’s why groups all over the Delta are partnering with Delta Health Alliance to create a network of community gardens. The Community Gardens project works with local healthcare organizations, civic groups, municipalities, schools, churches, and clinics to provide access to local gardens grown with local volunteers. Residents apply to become garden members through the cities and the community garden committees. Garden members grow their own food in either individual or group garden beds. Members have the option to sell and/or eat what they grow. And we’ve got project staff and master gardeners to provide ongoing training and technical assistance.

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Community Gardens Flyer

Delta Business Journal April 2012

Delta Health Alliance is helping Delta residents enjoy the healthy pleasures of gardening. In an effort to increase the production and consumption of healthy foods, our 21st Century Community Gardens project is creating a network of gardens all over the Delta. The Community Gardens project works with local healthcare organizations, civic entities, municipalities, schools, churches, and clinics to provide access to gardens within many Delta communities. The results are exciting – people are growing and eating fresh fruits and vegetables, enjoying the psychological benefits of nature, and learning an important skill and trade.

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Delta Business Journal April 2012

Leland Community Garden Newsletter Fall 2010

A Seasonal Newsletter for the Leland Community Garden discussing Gardening, Food, and Health.

Leland Community Garden Newsletter

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Leland Community Garden Newsletter Fall 2010