Fairfield Food Forest
The Fairfield Food Forest is located in Porter Park, near the intersection of Kipling and Thurlow. (See map here.)
Come by and see what our hard working Garden Committee has been up to!
Facebook: Fairfield Community Gardens https://www.facebook.com/groups/839239216195711/
Saturday March 2nd, 1-4pm
Learn to care for your own trees from 2nd Nature owner/operator and certified landscape technician Bobby Abbess. Please bring your clippers if you have them, water bottles and your questions – we’ll provide snacks! The Fairfield Food Forest is located in Porter Park, near the intersection of Kipling and Thurlow. This workshop is free, but if you know you’re coming, please take a minute to RSVP email@example.com Thank you!
Community Work Bees
Saturday April 13th, 1-4pm
Sunday May 5th, 1-4pm
Saturday June 1st, 1-4pm
No experience necessary! We’ll supply the tools and snack, but please bring your water bottle. In the event of rain, we’ll reschedule- so stay tuned!
We are looking for help with a few specific tasks and wanted to spread the word. Here is a short description of these- please get in touch if you can help out!
1) Step repair- anybody experienced with masonry? Scotty has identified a repair job at the steps. These steps are a wonderful feature of the garden and need a little mortar and TLC.
2) Irrigation – we are looking for an individual who is enthusiastic about learning the ropes of our irrigation system under the mentorship of our current guru, Scott Davis.
Please contact the group of you’re interested in volunteering or have any questions or concerns.