CLARKSVILLE, TN (CLARKSVILLE NOW) – Rotary Park might quickly be house to a brand new, free group garden because of a $12,900 group problem grant from AARP.
In accordance with county spokesperson Michelle Newell, the garden will characteristic one giant plot with quite a lot of crops in addition to 10 raised beds. The area will probably be overseen by park programming employees and maintained by means of a volunteer program.
“Anybody who desires to volunteer to assist have a tendency the garden will probably be eligible to obtain the harvest,” Newell stated.
In an effort to create the group garden, the County Fee should first settle for the donation from AARP. They may vote on a decision to simply accept the funds on Monday at their July session.
Volunteer kinds are anticipated to be posted this week by means of the Montgomery County Parks Division. The county hopes to have the primary seeds planted by the top of September.