Come and find out how the garden is developing and the opportunities that membership provides.  

Learn about our unique community garden program:  HEALP (Healthy Eating and Living Participation)
 
Membership is $40.00 (includes one name badge). 
(Fill in the MEMBERSHIP FORM or download PDF forms on the Membership page.)

Questions? Send an email to:  contact@wmcgarden.org

(email form at bottom of this page)

NEXT MEETING:

Tuesday, September 14, 2021

9:30 am - Noon

Show Low Senior Center

301 E. McNeil, Show Low

Guest Speaker: Ron Kemble-everything trees.

CONGRATS!!!
The "Garden & Farm Tours" 
was a great success.
THANK YOU to the Vendors, 
THANK YOU to the Raffle Donors,
THANK YOU to the Tour Hosts,
THANK YOU to the Volunteers,
THANK YOU to the COMMUNITY for coming to the garden for tours & fun!!!
WORK SCHEDULE for:
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
8:00 am - 10:00 am
  • Monsoon Rains have blessed the garden.  
  • High tunnel needs help with tomatoes and weeding.
  • Ann says, Pick tomatoes but weigh them first and make a notation in the "produce book" in the tunnel.
  • IMPORTANT NOTE:  Please sign the County & Garden LIABILITY forms and get the GARDEN RULES from Vicki.
  • REQUIRED:  Orientation (see Rae)
  • THANK YOU FOR YOUR PARTICIPATION!!!  

White Mountain Community Garden

(WMCG)

501(c)(3) non-profit with public charity status

  • 520 North 9th Place, Show Low, AZ 85901 (Behind the Municipal Court and next to the Navajo County Health Department)
  • MAIL:  P.O. Box 3003, Show Low, AZ 85902
  • EMAIL:  contact@wmcgarden.org
  • PHONE:  (928) 358-7067
  • MEMBERSHIP FEES and DONATIONS:
    Venmo.com/wmcg-showlow and PayPal
    Mail checks to P.O. Box 3003, Show Low, AZ 85901

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         Come play in the dirt with us, live healthy, and have fun!

  • Support your own health and community health by promoting and consuming locally grown produce
  • Grow healthy organic produce and contribute in feeding the hungry/enhancing community resiliency
  • Participate in learning experiences about the benefits of growing nutrient-dense produce, gardening in our unique climate, and helping to create opportunities for sharing
  • Look for ways to help promote environmental stewardship, participate in community service, and donate your time and/or resources to a worthy cause