The Frisco Garden Club's involvement in a Community Garden is a work in progress.
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This is a work in progress.
The Frisco Garden Club started an involvement with the Community Gardens when a past planting day was in need of a shipment of mulch to complete the project. FGC donated a truck-load and it was decided to involve the club more with this very worthy cause.
Each of the garden plots get sponsored by other civic groups and organizations who volunteer to replant each season. Watch for the Frisco Garden Club to help with a "pollinator garden" at the vegetable beds entry.
Plant a Vegetable Patch
Contact Frisco Family Services to Volunteer or Sponsor a plot.
The Frisco Urban Forestry Board donated two peach trees to the park.
In 2012, Long-time Urban Forestry Board Chairman, Mike Zapata, applied for the grant that brought these fruit baring trees to the First Street park and its Community Gardens.
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