Welcome to Wagner Farm Arboretum
Gardening at Wagner Farm? Looking for a service project?
Roll up your sleeves in the Children’s Garden and enjoy a Tea Social: Friday mornings (9 am to 11 am) starting in May. The Children’s Garden is a wonderful place for families to come and experience nature together and learn a little about gardening as well.Click here to read more …..
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Giving Garden Project: Orientation meeting on April 6, 2014 at 2 PM.
The Giving Gardener’s Project extends the gift of food to area Food Banks and Soup Kitchens
by growing produce at the Wagner Farm Arboretum Garden. The project is seeking volunteers for the 2014 season.
Come to the GG Orientation meeting on Sunday April 6 at 2 pm and learn about the project and meet everyone.
If you, your family or friends have a little time and a little energy and want to make a difference in other people’s lives, join the rest of the team tend the vegetable gardens, plant seedlings, harvest the bounty, or support the project in other ways. You can participate on your own schedule starting in the Spring for as little as 1 hour, or as often as you can throughout this gardening season.
Read the Giving Gardeners Project webpage. Contact [email protected] or 908-350-7383.
Thank you for joining us at the meeting on March 9. Information on gardening schedule, organic gardening, and contacts, can be found on the Community Garden page.
Farmers Market is seeking vendors for 2014
Wagner Farm Arboretum is the ideal location for a Farmer’s Market. It is located on Mountain Ave, which is well-traveled by locals and commuters. Stop by during the growing season in 2014 for locally grown produce, fresh baked goods, and organic products by local vendors. For more information on the Farmer’s Market, click here.
Wagner Farm Arboretum is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization
supporting a natural suburban learning center