Community Garden Volunteers
|Contact||Jane Hanlon, Gardens Coordinator, Climate Action Niagara; Phone: 289-434-0474; Email: email@example.com|
|Duties||General garden tasks such as planting, weeding and watering, |
Maintenance - Spring and fall clean up, optional assistance for gardening workshops to community groups.
Occasional assisting with construction, moving mulch and compost or harvesting, weighing, recording, delivering food to shelters, etc.
Help also requested to assist with event celebrations, office support, booths, sourcing donations, building community, and educational workshops.
|Benefits||Learn from the pros, grow nutritious food, help to supply food banks, support youth workshops, reduce stress, family-friendly physical activity, meet new people, assist poverty, catalyst for neighbourhood rejuvenation, reduce carbon footprint, enjoy the outdoors with this healthy activity.|
|Dates and Times||Monday: Morning |
During winter months, please contact organization for updates and schedules for the spring.
During gardening season, hours vary, please call office.
|Seasons||Spring ; Summer ; Fall|
|Location||Currently St Catharines, Welland, Fort Erie, soon to be Port Colborne & Thorold|
|Accessibility||Fully Accessible - bike/walk/drive|
|Suitable for OSSD||Yes|
|Minimum Hours||6 / Month|
|Commitment Length||Short Term ; Seasonal, from April to October|
|Training||Training on the job|
|Start Date||On or after 02 Apr 2012|
|Police Check||Not Required|
|Categories||Clean-Up Committee ; Education ; Environmental Issues ; Food Bank ; General Help (Environment) ; Plant Care ; Recreation/Leisure Activities ; Yard Work|
|Skills/Experience||Experienced gardeners welcome, however, experience not required. Will teach and train.|
|Additional Requirements||Bring own gardening tools.|
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|Organization Name||Climate Action Niagara|
|Address & Map|
111 Church St
St Catharines, ON L2R 3C9
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