Harvest Hill Community Garden

Friends gardening together

2014 Garden Plot Map & Application

2014 HHCG Map--updated 5.16.2014

 

Garden Application

2014 Application- word doc

2014 Application- PDF

Emergency contact numbers:
Sara Langford

(816) 522-2136

Jewell Chapel Office

(816) 415-7556

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Contact Information

Contact a garden organizer at harvesthillgarden@gmail.com.

Latest Activity

Sara Langford posted a discussion

7/9 Water line leak fixed--water is back on!

The WJC grounds crew worked on the water line this week, found the leak and fixed it.  Right now there is a trench they will be filling in the next few days that was dug to access the water line.  But the water it on.  Again, please don't yank on the hoses of spigots to reduce the chances of damage.See More
Jul 9
Sara Langford posted a discussion

Water Turned Off Monday 7/7 so leaked can be fixed

Nathan Spencer, the head groundscrew person at WJC, sent me this email about why the water was shut off today.From Nathan..."I came back today from being on vacation last week and learned it was leaking. I had one of my guys shut it off this morning so it could dry up and i could work on it. I didn't think it would be a big deal to shut it off today since it's supposed to rain 1-2 inches tonight. I need it to be dried up a little so i can get the leaks repaired.  I will look at it tomorrow and…See More
Jul 7
cheryl draper is now a member of Harvest Hill Community Garden
Jun 28
Evie Ausen replied to Evie Ausen's discussion Water Leak
"Sara - I don't know if the WJ crew have had a chance to investigate the water leaks. I believe the leak is still there--at least on our end it is.  Evie"
Jun 26
Ryan Felty replied to Ryan Felty's discussion tomato cages
"Yes, there were 4 or 5 in the garden this spring when I took it over.  I used those as well as about 10 I brought from home and the store.  I had 6 taken so far. "
Jun 16
Evie Ausen replied to Evie Ausen's discussion Water Leak
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Jun 16
Sara Langford replied to Evie Ausen's discussion Water Leak
"Okay, I will share this information with the WJC grounds crew.  Thanks!"
Jun 16
Sara Langford replied to Ryan Felty's discussion tomato cages
"I haven't.  Have the cages been taken right out of your garden? "
Jun 16
 

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Announcements

ATTENTION--PLOTS WILL BE TILLED SATURDAY AFTERNOON, 4/12/2014

This is a change from earlier information.

2014 Spring Work Day--THIS SATURDAY, 4/12/2014

This Saturday is our spring work day.  Jeff Dema should have garden plots tilled by that day.  Volunteers from the WJC football team will be at the garden at 10AM to help.  Be sure to bring your own tools and wheel barrows.  

A load of compost is available to gardeners.  PLEASE ONLY TAKE 1 to 2 WHEEL BARROW LOADS for your garden.

2014 Garden Map is Updated!  

The 2014 Garden map will continue to be updated as more gardeners reserve plots.  On March 29th marking flags will be placed in the four corners of the plots NOT TO BE TILLED.  Please DO NOT remove these flags until after the tilling which will happen between March 29th and April 12th.

2014 Season Applications Now Being Accepted--due March 14th for Returning Gardeners!! 2/17/2014

It is time to start preparing for the upcoming gardening season at Harvest Hill Community Garden.  If you would like to return as a gardener with us this coming year, please fill out the new 2014 application and submit it by March 14th.  Directions for submission and payment are included in the application.   The new garden map will be updated on March 24th and will then be available on the website. 

 

About us...

Harvest Hill is a one acre community garden located in Liberty, Missouri that started through a partnership between William Jewell College and local church members of Second Baptist. Harvest Hill is located off RE Bowles Drive in a former soccer practice field in the NE corner of the William Jewell campus. (See map below)

The purpose of Harvest Hill is to provide a place for Liberty community members to garden, seeking especially to help those who might not be able to have a garden on their own.

The opportunity to garden helps people stretch their food dollar and improve their nutritional intake. Community gardens also improve the overall quality of life in neighborhoods by encouraging self-sufficiency and a sense of community among participants.

Garden plots are available to residents of Liberty and surrounding communities, and William Jewell College students, staff and faculty members.

 
 
 

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