Volunteer Open House at Backyard Growers!

Learn how to get involved at Backyard Growers!  

From helping at school taste tests, to building gardens, to joining an event committee, there are lots of ways to get involved at BYG.  Join us on Sept 13th to learn about all our different programs and what you can do to help!

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To view all current volunteer opportunities visit http://www.backyardgrowers.org/take-action/

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You’re invited to the Great Gloucester Growdown!

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Join us for a fun and funky evening with friends to support our Community Gardening and Farm to School programs. Enjoy delicious farm fresh appetizers, dinner and cocktails, plus garden tales with Phoebe Potts and a live auction, followed by a karaoke after-party!

Generous local farmers, business sponsors and our amazing frieinds at Short & Main help us keep event costs very low so that 85% of proceeds go right back into our local programs, helping kids, families and older adults grow their own healthy, organic food.

What: Great Gloucester Growdown

When: September 25, 2018, 6:30 p.m. – 10:30 p.m.

Where: Short & Main, 36 Main Street, Gloucester

Tickets go fast, so purchase yours today at this link!

If you can’t make it, you can still make a gift to Backyard Growers here.

Hope to see you at the Growdown!

Join us cooking workshop- this Tuesday!

It’s summer time and our gardens are overflowing with everything from tomatoes to herbs to zucchini! Come join us for a cooking workshop to learn how you can put all those summer fruits to good use and learn some new recipes.

This year our workshop will be led by one of our community gardeners who will focus on recipes from her home country Syria.  Learn how to make well-know classics like hummus as well as a few lesser known Syrian recipes.

Email, call, or click here to reserve your spot today! More information below.

2018 Summer Cooking Workshop

Join us for a cooking workshop!

It’s summer time and our gardens are overflowing with everything from tomatoes to herbs to zucchini! Come join us for a cooking workshop to learn how you can put all those summer fruits to good use and learn some new recipes.

This year our workshop will be led by one of our community gardeners who will focus on recipes from her home country Syria.  Learn how to make well-know classics like hummus as well as a few lesser known Syrian recipes.

Email, call, or click here to reserve your spot today! More information below.

2018 Summer Cooking Workshop