September 2 @ 7:30 am - 10:00 am
American Public Gardens Association and United States Botanic Garden have awarded funds to Cape Fear Botanical Garden to participate in the Urban Agriculture Resilience Program. This program enables CFBG to grow and distribute produce, especially to communities with food access challenges; maintain and expand urban agriculture and other food growing education programs; and promote wellness and nutrition by educating the public about growing and consuming fruits and vegetables. This program will be open to the public on Wednesdays.
Due to social distancing protocols, participants must pre-register in order to insure a spot.
Use the link below to pre-register. Download each form, and bring it into the Garden when you arrive to volunteer.
*Disclaimer: Children are welcome, but an adult must be present to help the child or children complete the volunteer tasks. Volunteering begins promptly at 7:30am and will dismiss by 10am before it gets hot.
Arrive at the Heritage Garden. Enter the second gate and park in the lot to the right of the Daylily Garden.
If you have any questions or concerns, contact Amy Stidham at email@example.com or 910.486.0221 ext 42.