Wasatch Community Gardens Public Workshops

“To give people a great place to garden, and the cultivate a stronger sense of community”. That’s the purpose of the urban gardens that Wasatch Community Gardens has built around Salt Lake City. Wasatch Community Gardens is a community-based non-profit that promotes organic gardening and the merits of community gardening. They operate five community gardens in the Salt Lake Valley:

  • Grateful Tomato Garden: 800 S 600 E, Salt Lake City
  • 4th East Garden: 553 S 400 E, Salt lake City
  • Fairpark Garden: 1037 W 300 N, Salt Lake City
  • Historic Sandy Garden: 500 E Locust Street (8880 S), Sandy

WCG offers several free gardening and sustainable living workshops to the public as part of their Community Education Program. The classes fill up fast, so you must reserve your spot by registering with WCG. Just email Krystal, the Youth and Community Coordinator at educator@wasatchgardens.orgwith your full name, address and phone number.

Upcoming Workshops:

  • October 3 – Vampire Prevention (Garlic Workshop) at Grateful Tomato Garden, 10 am – noon.
  • October 24 – Starting a School Garden at Riley Elementary, 1410S 800 W, 10 am – noon.
  • November 14 – Winter Garden Prep at Grateful Tomato Garden, 10 am – noon.

For a complete list of workshops visit www.wasatchgardens.org.

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