2022: Year in Review

Cheers to another year! It means so much to us (and Easton) when people volunteer, grow their own veggies, and attend events at the gardens. Flip through the infographics below for a recap of a new market in the West Ward, new workshop series, plus more volunteers, events, and flower crowns which made this year awesome.

May be an image of outdoors and text that says "1,700 MINI SEED PACKETS 975 FREE PLANTS 80 TRINIDAD YeLoω All homegrown plants were given away for free to community gardeners, at events, in container gardens, or used in donation rows to provide 700+ lbs fresh produce to local food pantries. Free seed packets were available at events and in Little Free Libraries with growing instructions online. Workshops and all event activities were free, as were any kits, guides, and give-aways to put the lessons to use. Plots & tools continue to be free to all community gardeners. SINNNG 700+ LBS PRODUCE DONATED 65 CONTAINER GARDENS"

May be an image of 14 people, people standing, outdoors and text that says "MANY THANKS TO... Bank Street Creamery, Branch & Vine, Chocodiem, Earthen Goat, Easton Ambassadors, Easton Area Community Center, Easton Farmers Market, Easton Housing Authority, Easton Out Loud, Easton Professional Firefighters, City of Easton Public Works, Parks Urban Forestry, Easton Tomato Girl, Highmark Farmstand, Lafayette College's LaFarm, Lafayette Landis MOSAIC programs, Learke, Life Church, Neighborhood Center Easton Urban Farm, Northampton County Extension Office, Nurture Nature Center, PAZA Tree of Life, ProJeCt of Easton, Seed Farm, West Ward Community Initiative & our neighbors, friends & families."