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    April 22
    Earth Day in the Garden 10 am - 2 pm Join us for the first official gardening day at the TCCG! Come help us get the garden cleaned-up and greened-up for a new season. Friends, food, and fellowship. Join the Organic Gardening 101 class from 11 am - 12:30 pm in the Visitor's Center of the Botanic Garden.
    FREE for TCCG & BGHBP Members
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    April 10
    Lucky's Market Impact Day ALL DAY 3587 Marketplace Circle Lucky's Market will donate 10% of its sale for the day to TCCG! Amazing support! You don't have to be a member to support this event, just show up and shop. Fill up that freezer and pantry will Lucky's Market goodies and support TCCG. A win-win! Spread the word!
    FREE for Everyone
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    May 19 & 20
    Seed and Starter Sale May 19 10a-1p May 20 Noon-3p Come browse the TCCG seed collection and pick up your organic vegetable starter plants. This event is open to the public. Discounts for TCCG members.
    FREE for Everyone
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    May 24
    Organic Community & Home Gardening 101 6p-7:30p Oryana Cafe 260 E 10th St. Have questions about joining TCCG? Want to learn about implementing organic gardening practices at your home? This class is a overview of how to organically garden in a city. Topics include using TCCG, pots & planters, straw bale, and windowsill gardening.
    FREE for Everyone.

Our Green Roof Structure

Thanks to all those who volunteered, donated and helped construct this new addition to the garden. We were so lucky as a garden to have NMC's Construction Technology Program construct our structure, and Inhabitect, LLC build our green roof, rain garden and lay our pourus pave. This project was possible from a generous grant from the Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians through the Charter Township of Garfield. Without all the community support and help, this would not have been possible!

Our Raised Beds

In fall 2016, Bryan Lovegrove of Boy Scout Troop 33 designed and constructed a beautiful set of six ADA-compliant raised garden beds for the TCCG. This is a great start to making our garden more accessible for everyone who wishes to participate in organic gardening in a community setting.