© 2014 Temple Beth Torah, Fremont, CA

The Community Garden of TBT

 

Our community garden was lovingly created and planted in October 2014 and is now growing carrots, tomatoes, peppers, zucchini, fava beans, broccoli, cauliflower, lettuce, kale, garlic, chives and sweet peas as well as flowers. Did you read the featured article about our garden in the Tri City Voice newspaper? 

 

In June 2015, we had our first Eagle Award project at the garden. Our thanks to Joseph Bradley who worked diligently with Jacob Noonan on his Eagle Award. Jacob and troop 103 built a workbench for our garden. It will be used to store tools and to work on pots, plants, etc. In addition, the scouts removed the ice plant inside our garden and at the entrance and vigorously trimmed the trees and plants by the gate, keeping some shading trees over the new bench. 

 

We are always seeking volunteers to lovingly maintain and care for our garden on an ongoing basis. Work includes watering, weeding, and/or observing any problems in the garden.

 

​Please feel free to contact Garden chair Bessie Rosenberg with any questions, ideas, or concerns at tbtgarden@gmail.com.

 

Many thanks in advance to all of our current (and future) dedicated volunteers!

TBT Community Garden