HEBERLIG PALMER PARK GARDEN Free Garden Space Available Spring/Summer/Fall 2017 Free seeds | Free Garden Workshops | Free Water No gardening experience required Space Limited Sign Up Now! West Side Neighbors is excited to offer FREE space in the newly built Heberlig Palmer Park Community Garden. Residents can sign up for a raised garden plot… Read More Heberlig Palmer Park Community Garden- Free Space Available
Work has been moving along nicely in Heberlig Palmer Park this summer. The path is almost completely paved and both parking lots are paved as well. The seating wall is laid out and the lights will be installed in the wall soon so then the wall tops will be added. The natural play area has… Read More Heberlig Palmer Park Updates
Saturday, October 10th 1:30 pm Heberlig Palmer Park (131 Lincoln Ave) You are invited to the Basic Carpentry Pilot Program Certificate Presentation and Dedication Ceremony. The Employment Skills Center carpentry students will be awarded their class certificates, and we will be dedicating the new community garden planters that the students built. Join us in celebrating our… Read More HP Park Garden Bed Dedication Ceremony & Carpentry Program Certificate Presentation
The garden is going crazy. We had children help to plant the garden this year and there might be some extra seeds that were started because the space if overflowing. All food is FREE for the taking. Look for peppers, lettuce, cabbage, tomatoes, cucumbers, okra, swiss chard, tomatillos, basil, cilantro, parsley, oregano and mint. The… Read More HP Park Raised Bed Garden-Free For All!
It’s official. This will be the first year that fresh food will be growing and freely available to all in a public space in Carlisle. Today we finished planting the raised garden bed and it is filled with delicious fruits, vegetables and herbs. The fruit trees we planted earlier this spring are sprouting small fruit… Read More Fresh Free Food Growing in Heberlig Palmer Park
Carlisle has a few community gardens in town including one on the west side (West Locust Street Community Garden). There a plenty of opportunities to grow your own food in town even if you don’t have land where you live. Recently though, there was some confusion within the borough about how our current ordinances regulate… Read More Carlisle Community Gardens & Garden Ordinance