We would like to share what we have accomplished with the help of many community volunteers. 

  • maintained our relationship as a project site for the University of Maine Cooperative Extension Master Gardener Volunteer program

  • hosted 42 educational workshops/workdays resulting in 1280 community volunteer hours spent creating gardens

  • built two accessible bridges through support of a Maine Community Foundation grant

  • cleared 400' of trail for the accessible section of our trail system

  • began construction of patio garden; site of the Summerhouse (information hut) and beginning of accessible trail

  • led a Downeast Colloquy entitled, New Trends in Sustainable Landscape Design

  • gave numerous public talks in Hancock and Waldo Counties

The Performance Hall

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Volunteers begin planting the Performance Hall Garden, July 2016

This unique community project fosters

innovative thought and gardening practice.  

 

Help us continue this work.