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    Highland Park Harvest Walk

    Presented by at Cooper Educational Center and Community Gardens

    September 18, 2010


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    Highland Park Harvest Walk

    After the April showers, May flowers, and a summer of growing, what does Roxbury's harvest look like? Three months after the spring Highland Park/Fort Hill Garden Walk, return to follow up with the Highland Park/Fort Hill gardeners. Grow green with envy at the harvest growing in the orchard and in the Garden Girl's Farm. Also, learn tricks of the trade for preparing gardens for the winter. The tour is led by the aptly-named Tom Plant,...

    After the April showers, May flowers, and a summer of growing, what does Roxbury's harvest look like? Three months after the spring Highland Park/Fort Hill Garden Walk, return to follow up with the Highland Park/Fort Hill gardeners. Grow green with envy at the harvest growing in the orchard and in the Garden Girl's Farm. Also, learn tricks of the trade for preparing gardens for the winter. The tour is led by the aptly-named Tom Plant, Director of Special Projects in the Environmental Health Office of the Boston Public Health Commission. Notes Like the gardens, this tour happens rain or shine. Be sure to wear sturdy, comfortable shoes for walking up and down irregular ground.


    Cooper Educational Center and Community Gardens

    34 Linwood St
    Roxbury, MA 02199

    Full map and directions

    Admission Info:

    $10


    General Day and Time Info:

    10am to 12:30pm



    Accessibility Information: Currently, no accessibility information is available for this event.

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