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Thank you to the Colorado Garden Foundation and the Salvation Army

The garden will have a $5000 grant to be used for completing the last two donation plots with raised beds and removing the wood chip paths and replacing them with crushed granite paths. All the raised beds will have separate … Continue reading

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Raised Beds For the Donation Plots

Thanks to the City of Broomfield and the Salvation Army’s donations we are able to add raised beds to all of the donation plots.  

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Plots are available 2019

Only 3 plot left! We have (3) plot left at the garden. The plots are 6′ x 22′. Cost is 55.00 for the season. Water is provided. If you are interested please contact Carmen or Sharon at Birch.garden.broomfield@gmail.com

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Salvation Army Kids summer program has ended!

Thanks to Bring People and Plants Together The program was a hit!  Check out the last video for the summer program. More to come when the fall/winter program starts.

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Bring People and Plants Together

Who are we? An organization dedicated to bringing people and plants together. We believe passionately about the therapeutic possibilities of people-plant interactions. What do we do? Provide free horticulture education and therapeutic gardening classes and activities. Who are our clients? … Continue reading

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The Benefits Of A Community Garden: Beautify Your Neighborhood And Improve Your Health

Gardening is an activity that many families enjoy at their individual homes, but the popularity of neighborhood or community gardens is increasing these days too. A neighborhood garden provides the opportunity to improve one’s individual physical and mental health, but … Continue reading

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Salvation Army Kids program has started

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They learned about starting seedlings and planted their plot in the community garden. Thanks to bringing people and plants together.

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