May 3, 2021: St. Paul’s Community Garden Kicks off the Season with Spring Clean-up and Planting. On April 25 the St. Paul’s Community Garden Group had a successful day of cleaning up the garden plots and planting some early vegetables including lettuce, Swiss chard, spinach, peas, radish, and kale.   All vegetables are grown organically and will be delivered to the Rochester Neighborhood House Food Pantry throughout the summer and fall.   A special thanks to Grant Fry and Sigrid Grace for our beautiful butterfly signs. Grant cut out the butterflies from wood and Sigrid painted them.

If you would like to help with this project, we need volunteers throughout the summer to help plant, water, harvest at the garden site, and deliver to the food pantry.  No previous gardening experience is needed!  Please contact Rob Patten.    

See more photos: Link to St. Paul’s Community Garden Clean up and Planting Photos 2021