"little fixes" is a monthly volunteer opportunity where we choose one little project on DuBose's big, beautiful campus that needs fixing... and fix it. For this edition [in the garden], we will be focusing on some ongoing drainage issues that, if left unchecked, could potentially hinder our Spring planting. Tackling this sort of thing truly does take a village, and we invite you to come give us a hand.
PRIMARY GOAL: Tackle the Drainage Problem
-Dig a gutter along the front side of the garden
-Grade the pathways
-Shape the soil
STRETCH GOAL (If we have extra time or people): Help mix in the new Fall compost
All skill levels and ages welcome. Wear something that you don't mind getting dirty. If you have a shovel, please bring it with you (if not, we've got you covered). Weather forecast is sunny and 64 degrees (perfect for digging gutters and shaping soil)!
|Causes||Food Insecurity, Hunger Health Nutrition Sustainability|
|Skills||Landscaping Planting and Gardening|
|Sustainable Development Goals|
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