Dartmouth Natural Resources Trust (DNRT)

Community Gardens to hold Free Workshops, Plant Sale, and Raffle (May 19-20)

BIG Summer Plant Sale

(Saturday and Sunday, May 19th and 20th, 10:00 to 3:00, at 318 Chase Road, Dartmouth)
Get your garden off to a great start, with vegetable starts grown in the new greenhouse at Helfand Farm Community Gardens!  We specialize in vegetables (especially tomatoes!) but there will also be flowers and herbs.

All vegetables grown are varieties that do well in the South Coast region, using the best natural techniques.  That means healthier plants and a bounty of fresh tasty vegetables.  All of the proceeds go to support the volunteer-run Community Gardens, including our Soup Kitchen Garden.  So this is a great chance for you to support a great cause, while getting some great plants.  We appreciate your support!

Concert Tickets Raffle — Last Chance to Buy Tickets!
(Saturday, May 19th, tickets sold from 10:00 to 11:30  Drawing at 12:00, at 318 Chase Road, Dartmouth)

As a fundraiser, the Community Gardens is be selling raffle tickets.  The prize is two VIP tickets for any 2018 show at the Blue Hills Bank Pavillion.  View schedule of shows here.

Raffle tickets are only $5 each.  They can be purchased up to 11:30 AM on Saturday, May 19th http://helfandgardens.com/raffle

Free Workshop:  Composting
(Saturday, May 19th, 12:00 at 318 Chase Road, Dartmouth)
Want to learn more about composting?  Want to know where to start?  On Saturday we welcome Sarah LaValley, to give a presentation on composting at our greenhouse.  All are welcome to this free workshop!

Sarah has been a gardeners all of her life, gardening with her mother as a child.  She took horticulture classes in school and she worked in nurseries and greenhouses from a young age.  Sarah started the first certified organic CSA this side of the Pioneer Valley over 25 years ago.  She raises fruits and vegetables on her farm in Westport, as well as runs a garden design and maintenance company.  She does speaking engagements for garden clubs and organic groups all over Southeastern New England.