Kingfield Community Garden Group
Check back here for 2013 information, and our listing of fun workshops and classes led by garden members to create connections between other gardeners in our community and raise funds for future Kingfield gardens! Classes may include Beekeeping in the City 101, Color Theory for Kids Using Blooming Color Wheels, Yoga in the Garden, Growing Mushrooms, and more!
Please make sure you are signed up for the weekly KFNA e-news on the left-hand side of our homepage so that you won’t miss any announcements regarding applications, including potential new garden sites within the neighborhood!
Vegetable Gardening Basics Class Series Information
In collaboration with Minnesota State Horticultural Society and the University of MN Extension Master Gardener Program in Hennepin County, the Kingfield Neighborhood Association Community Gardening Group is offering a FREE 5-week class series on vegetable gardening. The classes are comprised of lectures and hands-on demonstrations. You will receive a certificate upon completion of the class if you attend at least 4 of the 5 classes.
Classes are on 5 consecutive Tuesdays, 6-7:30 PM, beginning April 9 at Dr. Martin Luther King Park, 4055 Nicollet Avenue South. This class is taught in English. A Spanish language class is also available beginning 4/20/13. Contact email@example.com for more information on both classes. Use the application form above to apply.
Community Garden Plot Application and Info for 2013 available NOW!
Kingfield Community Gardens fundraising 2013! Fun, community-building and earth-embracing ways Kingfield supports local community gardening. Details on these 2013 events will be available later in the growing season!
- Garden to Table Dinners
- Kingfield Gardens Walking Tour
- Chinook Books
- Plant & Bake Sale
|Garden Site Design created by Marnie Peichel, garden volunteer and Kingfield neighbor.|
|Garden Map 2012|
Kingfield Community Garden Wish List!
Spring is around the corner and the Kingfield Community Gardens are in need of the following equipment and items:
* Gardening tools (new and used)
* Hoses, sprinklers, split spigots, and timers
* Old Dresser, waist high for work table
* Bird Baths and Stone Pavers
* Concrete (unmixed!)
* Old tile and mirrors (may be broken)
* Use of a Pick-up truck for occasional hauling
Contact KFNA at firstname.lastname@example.org or 612.823.5980 if you have items to donate and to arrange for drop-off; all items are tax-deductable.