Thursday, March 04, 2021

UALC Community Garden at Mill Run

Share your time in the garden.

Supplying Fresh Produce to Hungry Families

Our crops feed families in Hilliard, many of whom are involved in the ESL Program. Since we started the Community Garden, we have donated over 130,000 pounds of fresh produce to central Ohio families. God has blessed our garden and efforts abundantly. We show God's generosity by giving away more than 95% of what we grow.

Harvesting Help Needed

Harvest volunteers are needed 1 to 3 hours in the mornings (before it gets too hot). Please contact Irma Chon, 614-560-6190, for the details (days/times etc.). Come once, come weekly—your choice, just come! Please help us bring in this amazing organic food. We garden on Saturday mornings from early spring to late fall. 

Planting and Harvesting

Planting begins in early spring and work ends in late November. Get your hands in the dirt planting and harvesting all kinds of vegetables. We plant beets, tomatoes, lettuce, collard greens, potatoes, squash, cucumbers and more. We have volunteers from all over the city, not only from the UALC campuses, but from other local churches, from the Middle East, South America, India, East Asia and more. Come and join the fun.

For More Information

Contact our garden stewards with any questions: Todd Marti, or Irma Chon. We'd love to add you to our weekly emails and keep you updated about the garden.
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