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2017 Fall Dig-in - September 23

Saturday, September 23rd, 2017 from 8:30am to 12:00pm (CT)


Positions0 Remaining
Registration ClosesSep 23, 2017 12:00am or when space runs out.
Age LimitFamily Friendly
Join a team helping someone with limited access to good food start growing some of what they eat.

Green Corn Project is an Austin non-profit that educates Central Texans on organic vegetable gardening. Come learn how to install and maintain an organic vegetable garden or share your knowledge by working with a team of volunteers to install a garden for an individual or organization with limited access to good, nutritious food.

We will meet at a central location off of Rosewood Ave in Austin where we'll gather our supplies, divide into teams, and drive to the individual garden sites. Each team will have an experienced dig-in leader. Please wear closed toed shoes and bring gardening gloves, hat, water, and sunscreen - we'll supply the tools, material, and knowledge.

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Requirement Details
You must be 18 years of age or over to accept our release agreement. If you're under 18, please have a parent or guardian complete the registration.
Parking DetailsPark on the street near 1210 Rosewood to meetup and gather supplies - we'll then drive or carpool to the garden site. Bike racks are available.
CausesCommunity Environment Health Food Insecurity, Hunger
35 Positions Filled | 0 Impacts | 0 Hours

Location: 1210 Rosewood, Austin, TX 78702