Garden needs seed money


The Saratoga Community Garden Board knows what they need to do to take their gardening to the next level, but the age-old concern of how to pay for it prevents immediate action.

Money isn’t the only concern—the pollinator mounds that should be up during the spring are paid for by a U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) grant. Grant funding allows the garden to hire three high school students for science enrichment and paid work. The garden still needs to collect volunteers to set up four total mounds, which are being planned for the community center, the library, the hot pool and the s...

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