Fun Day at the Edible Landscaping Demonstration Garden

Join us for a Fun Day at the

Edible Landscaping Demonstration Garden
and Flower Garden

Sunday, June 28, 2015
10 a.m. to Noon

Santa Maria Community Garden
910 S. Oakwood Drive, Santa Maria


We're going to do some weeding and plant some plants! Bring any edible plants you'd like to add and gloves if you have them.

Bring your kids, too. We’ve had children as young as three years old help out, and we’ve had high school and college students as well young adults, middle aged adults, and some who are a bit older. This is a multi-generational, multicultural effort.

Thanks to Leo Espinoza for leading the effort!

We hope to see you Sunday. Please let Leo know if you can make it by calling 805.349.1969. If you're not sure ahead of time, just stop on by!

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Please considering becoming a member of the Central Coast Green Team to help us to continue the Edible Landscaping Demonstration Garden and reaching out to help more members of the community get involved in growing their own organic, healthy food.

The Green Team is a project of Santa Barbara County Action Network (SB CAN). To become a member of the Green Team, sign up to be a member of SB CAN and send us an email letting us know you also want to be on the Green Team.

SB CAN is a progressive organization working to promote social and economic justice, to preserve our environmental and agricultural resources, and to create sustainable communities. SB CAN advocates a holistic approach to community planning that integrates housing, open space, and transportation to meet the needs of all members of our community and future generations.

SB CAN is a 501(c)(3) non-profit. Memberships and donations are tax deductible to the extent allowable by law. Click here to become a member or make a donation.

SB CAN also has a Facebook page: "Like" us to keep up on the news.

Feel free to contact me with comments or questions.

Thank you,

Jeanne Sparks
[email protected]
Central Coast Green Team
A project of Santa Barbara County Action Network