The White Mountain Community Garden is a place where people can come together to grow produce organically and share in the harvest. The garden has seven different fruit trees grafted to it and a tunnel with 200 tomato plants. It costs $40 a year to join, and participants can choose to start their own plot if they can't find one. There are jobs for everyone at the garden, from weeding to composting to planting. The Children's Garden is a particularly cool spot where kids learn about gardening and where food comes from. The garden is inclusive, with special needs and older volunteers as well as those with no experience. There's always something to do, whether fixing soil, taking care of bugs, or watering plants. The garden also has an orchard that is part of a memorial garden and a high tunnel that allows for an extended growing season. The tunnel has 200 tomato plants with 17 different varieties. The garden is a great way to give back to the community and a unique way to see where food comes from and how to grow it.
Learn more: https://wmcgarden.org/