Many thanks to FSU Big Event volunteers Jeff and Alice who came out and worked hard in the garden on Saturday. We got soooooo much done!

The Damayan Project has an online auction going on right now.  Sort of like a raffle, you purchase a ticket for a chance at some very worthwhile items.  Just a few days left to help.  Check it out here:  

This just came in from the Community Garden network: This weekend several volunteers went to Lott’s Community Garden to weed and maintain the garden that Second Harvest has there. Much to our surprise the turnips were ready to harvest.  In about 1.5 hours seven of us harvested a trailer load of turnips and greens. HOWEVER, […]


The greens are looking great.  Come join us in the garden this Saturday and every second and fourth Saturday of the month for planting, weeding, watering, building, digging, and playing in the dirt.

Meg and the kids at The Front Porch Library made these plant labels for the community garden.  Aren’t they gorgeous?!

We had a great day on Saturday.  Thanks to all who came out.  There is still plenty of space in the shared beds if you’d like to tend a patch of carrots, lettuce, arugula, kale, collards, turnips, or radishes.  The next workday is the second Saturday in October, the 10th. Click here for pics.

Be there or be square !!  Workdays every second and fourth Saturday until we’re planted out for the winter.

Fall Garden Work Days begin Saturday, Sept 12th @ 9am   The Seminole Manor Community Garden (est. 2012) has a number of individual and shared beds ready for planting. Cost to participate is a suggested donation of $10 to the neighborhood association every six months. Workdays are scheduled for the second and fourth Saturdays of the […]

Hello Community Gardener! Due to scheduling conflicts recently made known to the Committee, the Community Garden Network Meeting will now be held September 21, 2015 at 5:30 pm. It will still be at the First Presbyterian Church at 110 North Adams Street, 32301. Light refreshments will be provided. Please respond by September 14 with the […]

Dear Community Gardener, Sustainable Tallahassee, working in conjunction with the Leon County Office of Resource Stewardship and the IFAS-Leon County Cooperative Extension, is pleased to announce the formation of a Community Garden Network committee, whose purpose is to assist in supporting and enhancing the community gardening efforts at schools, community centers, organizations, neighborhoods, etc in […]