Does the mention of fresh garden-variety greens leave your tastebuds a-swoonin'?  If so, get ready for some mouth-watering food and fun with the 25th Wasatch Community Gardens celebration. 

It may be cold out, but that doesn't mean we have to miss out on the warm-weathered garden vegetables. In order to stay connected and excited about growing, eating and swooning over healthy, organic, local-grown food, Wasatch Community Gardens is offering a line-up of workshops, summer camps and an anniverary celebration that will leave you wondering why it isn't spring all year round.

Want some hands-on guidance with your garden? Try any number of this years workshops. And if you're really in the market for a "fresh" set of skills, don't miss the chance to be a part of the Gardner to Garden series. Even if you're a novice when it comes to planting, weeding and watering, this series will not only boost your confidence, it'll boost your garden's. Promising that you'll "discover your green thumb," this series has five separate sessions running March through June. The price isn't something you'll need to sweat over ($349 for the entire series) because 100% of the proceeds will go to support Wasatch Community Gardens' programs in the community. 


Are you eager for your kids to put their gardening skills to the test?  Start them young and see them grow right along with their green thumb. Children's summer camps give any child aged 4-12 a reason to be outdoors and active.   

Even if workshops and camps aren't your thing, still make room in your schedule for the garden party of the year.  Seeing as how it's celebrating it's 25th anniversary, Wasatch Community Gardens is planning an event that'll knock your gardening clogs off. Don't forget to come and join with us in celebrating (and consuming) fresh, local and all-too-scrumptious food.

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