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Rose RootZone June 2022 Iss.3

Updated: Jun 30, 2022

Greetings Gardeners,


Your garden plots are looking fabulous! Below are upcoming events, ways you can help volunteer, and updates on June garden activities.


Save The Date Our biggest event of the year is coming up soon!


What: Ten Year Anniversary BBQ Potluck Celebration with the band "The Hummingbirds"

When: Sunday July 10, 5:30 pm social and bbq set-up, 6-8 pm live music

What to bring: A side or dessert. BBQ foods and drinks will be provided.


Come celebrate TEN years of Gardeners Growing Community!


We are excited to be welcoming, for the very first time, the wonderful acoustic band, "The HumminBirds". Here is their Story.


Soil moving at the future Farm to Table picnic area

Volunteers Needed!

Volunteers are needed for two upcoming work days in July for the West Side Project. On Saturdays, July 9 and July 16 from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm we will be working on turning, layering and watering the large compost piles at the West Side lot and also continuing to work on grading the farm to table picnic area. Under design is the West Side pollinator bed adjacent to the west fence. We will try to get that planted this month, possibly on the July 16th work day if we can acquire plants by then. All work time will count toward the 12 (for full plot) or 6 (ADA and half plots) hour volunteering requirement for the 2022 gardening season.


It's working! Time to turn, layer, and water the compost piles at West Side!
West Side "Lasagna" Pollinator bed soil turned and ready for planting!

Service Hour FAQ:

How many hours are required?

12 (for full plot) hours or

6 (ADA and half plots) hours

This is a volunteering requirement each season.


How can I fulfill service hours?

  • Attend meetings

  • Join work parties. Work parties are scheduled every other Thursday, Sunday mornings, and select Saturdays. Scheduled dates can be found on our calendar Here.

  • weed, mulch and water community spaces.

  • Help with maintaining website, social media posts, write a blog post to share with gardeners, help tally service hours.

  • Sign up for a produce delivery shift Here. (More Volunteers needed!)

  • Break down compost and put it in the compost bins and water the bins. You can find our composting tips Here.

  • Help organize our Ten Year Anniversary. Contact us Here if you'd like guidance on any of the above tasks.

How are hours tracked?

Gardeners log their own hours on the honors system.

Where do I log my hours?

At the link Here.

How do I check how many hours I've logged?

At the link Here.

By when do service hours have to be completed?

Oct 31

Why do we require service hours?

This is an all volunteer community garden. Every gardener's help is needed to keep it in such beautiful shape. Many hands make light work!


Gardener Gratitude

On June 22 from 10:30 am to Noon, Sisters Keller, Ball, Dundas and McClatchie, from the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints, volunteered at Rose Roots Community Garden. They worked diligently to turn the soil in our "Lasagna Bed" to prepare for planting of the pollinator garden along the West fence. Their hard work is much appreciated and we would be happy to work with them again this summer! Jason, many thanks for being the work crew catalyst!


  • Thank you to the Lauries, who put on a great show at the garden!

  • Thank you to Majestic View Nature Center, the City and Nicole McCrorie for hosting a wonderful City-wide pollinator garden tour.

Below are some June highlights:



Next Steering Committee Meeting

July 12, 6:30 pm at the garden unless otherwise noted on the calendar due to inclement weather. The calendar will be updated by 5 pm if we need to change locations. All gardeners are welcome! Agendas and Minutes are posted Here.


We look forward to seeing you all out at the garden!

Rose Roots Leadership Team

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