Visit our community garden is see the opportunities that membership provides.  

Learn about our unique membership 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)

WHAT'S ON YOUR MIND???

Get your opinions and voice heard by joining a committee.  Become a REAL part of WMCG and lead us to future projects, communication, and education for the community.  
Committees forming
TUESDAY
January 11, 2022
9:30am - Noon
Show Low Senior Center
301 E. McNeil, Show Low

 If you are interested in:
  • Fund Raising
  • Grants
  • Education projects
  • VISION -- Future of the garden
  • Garden Committee
  • Special Projects -- Events, EXPO
Come to the meeting or 
Send us an email at:
contact@wmcgarden.org


Ribbon Cutting for our "Navajo County Ornamental Gardens" 
Michele Sgambelluri cuts the ribbon for the newest addition to the garden to demonstrate that it's easy and economical to plant native flowers, cacti, trees, and bushes to attract pollinators. (See more information on the Grants Page.)  Show Low Chamber of Commerce sponsored the ribbon cutting ceremony and brought the proclamation read by Board President, Trisha Spear.  Photo by Kortny Payne (SLCC).

FRONT ROW HOLDING RIBBON:  Stefan Wahnau (Vice President SLCC Board), Michele Sgambelluri (cutting ribbon), Vicki Matsumonji, Trisha Spear (President SLCC Board holding proclamation).

BEHIND WMCG Banner:  Denise Howard, Lisa Grannis, Mary Jencsok, Peggy Subia, Richard Subia, Robert Baker, Donna Peetom (in pink behind Vicki), Mary Alice Vertz, Denise Ball (brimmed hat), Pam Morrow (holding up a plaque), Kathryn Melsted, Loretta Peña (behind Kathryn), Ann Cameron, Tracy Koslowski.  
The team that made it happen.  
(Sitting) Julie Bennion and Lisa Grannis
(Standing) Mary Jencsok and Michele Sgambelluri 
(Missing are Sherry Mannikko, Nancy Arias, Don Adamavich)

Infinity Garden
Home for roses, pansies, and violas.  More flowers will be planted in the spring.  Visit the "Grants" pg.


WORK SCHEDULE for:
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
10:00 am - 11:00 am
  • REPAIRS: West end is up, tunnel is somewhat protected from the wind
  • PLANTED:  Winter greens--kale, bok choy, arugula, lettuces, chards, parsley, cilantro, spinach, and some legumes for cover crops.
  • Membership renewals are due.  $40 for 2022 (water fee for plots: $0.20/linear foot and $20 for raised beds.) Contact Blanche O'Malley  for details:  omalley0902@yahoo.com
Mary Jencsok works on the espalier apple trees supported by the fence.  Espalier trees have grafted branches that will grow horizontally.  Each branch has a different kind of apple.  

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

Donations & Membership Fees 

 (Pay online through Venmo or Pay Pal)

Contact Us

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 to feeding those in need.  
  • Participate in learning experiences about the benefits of growing nutrient-dense produce, gardening in our unique climate, and sharing your knowledge with others.  
  • Look for ways to help promote environmental stewardship, participate in community service, and donate your time and/or resources to a worthy cause.