Sharing Garden – Work Party #1 a BIG success

Sharing Garden – Work Party #1 a BIG success

What a great day. Thank you, thank you, thank you to the volunteers who made this day possible. The site is now such a huge improvement over what was there before (blackberries, garbage and bags and bags of dog poop). The neighbourhood is a better place for the Sharing Garden. There was such a sense of community – of how much can be accomplished when many, many people pull together. So many kids came out to help too which was wonderful. One child even said (of spreading mulch) “this is more fun than Minecraft”. Don’t worry if you missed out – there will be more work parties (the next one is Saturday May 2 from 9:30 – 4 – come by when you can) and volunteers are needed for the planting, watering and weeding once the garden is up and running. To volunteer, contact us at

Rhiannon and Sarah from the Windsor Secondary School Interact Club
Volunteers lift completed deck frame into place.
Rotary North Vancouver volunteer tackles the invasive blackberry bushes against the fence
Many hands make light work!
Volunteers spread cardboard and mulch on the site
Thank you to all of our funding partners and sponsors


There are too many people to thank individually, but here is a shout out to:

Colin Hall for the Tim Hortons coffee, donuts, and muffins

Ruth Hanson for the Fruit basket, Bottled water, and Delicious cookies

The girls who brought much needed lemonade and watermelon.

Rotary Club of North Vancouver – who brought lots of volunteers and worked tirelessly all day (and donated $2000)

Cultivate Projects – the non-profit organization that is spearheading this project who organized all of the logistics and really made this garden a reality

Windsor Interact Club – teenagers from Windsor Secondary School who came out to volunteer


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