Greetings, folks! Our nonprofit was a participant in Love
Lodi for the third consecutive year, with community members gathering to clear
weeds from our Heritage District Community Garden on the corner of Main &
Love Lodi is a great community event, where community leaders and volunteers gather for a day of service. We’re big fans! You can learn more about Love Lodi at their website.
Despite a strong effort, we had some weeds leftover after several
hours of work. Therefore, we’ll have another cleanup event later this year.
Stay tuned for updates!
Thank you for helping create a Greener Lodi.
Hi Lodi Green Thumbs we’re back!
In truth, we never left. Lodi News-Sentinel readers will know we helped students at Joe Serna Charter School in East Lodi (Heritage District) build some planter boxes last year. But our P.R. department has been a little lacking! Probably because we don’t have a P.R. person.
We are as grassroots as a nonprofit can be (no pun intended); we have only 3 board members, who all have full-time jobs. We remain dedicated to our mission; we’re just too busy to promote ourselves!
We have a new project this Saturday, April 13, as part of the annual Love Lodi day of volunteering. We’ll be clearing weeds from our pollinator garden at the corner of Main & Elm streets (104 E. Elm Street, Lodi, CA 95240).
Later this spring, San Joaquin 4-H will use our garden for a seeding demonstration, and provide us with some needed flowers!
You can find out more about the project here.
We hope to see you Saturday!