Category Archives: Santa Clara Community Garden

Lane County Survey: Use of American Plan Act Funds

Lane County residents are invited to take a short online survey to help Lane County prioritize the use of $15 million in American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds. The anonymous survey is available at LaneCountyOR.gov/ARPA in both English and Spanish. The survey … Continue reading

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Santa Clara Community Garden Composting update: Work Party Saturday Nov 6

Santa Clara Community Garden Work PartySaturday, November 610 AM SCCG Gardeners: A work party is planned for Saturday, November 7 at 10 AM to demonstrate how composting will work in the area around the garden shed.  Now that we are … Continue reading

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Lane County Extension Benefits Santa Clara

The Santa Clara Community Garden benefits from the help of OSU Master Gardener programs, as do many community gardens and private gardens in Lane County where vegetables are grown to feed Lane County families. The Extension funding Measure (29-319) on … Continue reading

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Attention Oregon Gardeners: Invasive Worms!

Be on the lookout for the Jumping Worm (Amynthas agrestis), which has started showing up in the Pacific Northwest. Report any sitings. Public participation aids in the the process of early detection and rapid response (EDRR), and helps protect our … Continue reading

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SCCG-Garden Plot Worm Assessments

In the Santa Clara Community Garden last year there was discussion of an invasive worm species showing up in some garden plots (crazy jumping worms, read more below). We suggest that this year gardeners make an assessment of the worm … Continue reading

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