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GardenHouse Greens for Sale

We have our delicious Salad Mix, $10/pound (available in 1, 1/2, or 1/4 pound bags), and Cooking Greens (Rainbow Chard, Curly Kale, Dino Kale, and Collards), $5/pound (available in 1 or 1/2 pound bags). Stop in to the Hunter Park … Continue reading

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Plant Sale Fundraiser Pre-Orders due Friday, Feb. 21!

Get your orders in for veggie, herb, and flower starts from the Hunter Park GardenHouse! Our plant starts are started from seed & sustainably grown in the Hunter Park GardenHouse! See the full list of available plants and the order … Continue reading

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Seeking Applications for Gardening Educator, AmeriCorps member

Allen Neighborhood Center’s Gardening Educator, AmeriCorps member Established in 1999, Allen Neighborhood Center (ANC) is a hub for neighborhood revitalization and for activities that promote the health, safety, stability, and economic well-being of residents and other stakeholders in the northeast … Continue reading

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Plant Sale Pre-Orders due Feb. 21

Hunter Park GardenHouse Plant Sale Pre-Orders are now available! More veggie, herb, and flower varieties offered this year! Orders due Friday, Feb. 21st! More info available here.

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GardenHouse 2014 Catalog

The new catalogs are here! The new catalogs are here! View our selection of custom-built garden boxes, season extension kits, plant starts, gardening supplies, fresh produce, garden workshops, programs, and more! Printed copies of the 2014 Catalog are available at … Continue reading

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2014 GardenHouse Workshop Schedule

We have a full line-up of great workshops at the GardenHouse for 2014! Get in touch if you’d like to register: 517-999-3910 or geoff@allenneighborhoodcenter.org

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Garden-In-A-Box applications now available!

Interested in gardening, but want to start small? Youth Service Corps construct the 2′x2′ cedar garden boxes, deliver them to eligible neighbors, set and plant them, and advise and support neighbors in tending their Garden-In-A-Box as it grows. We intend … Continue reading

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