ANTIGO - An Antigo group wants to help more people start their own gardens. United Methodist Church (of Antigo) leaders manage the Antigo Community Garden. They've been helping people start their own gardens for more than five years.
"We have many seasoned gardeners here, and we have many beginning gardeners," says Community Garden Coordinator Barb McIlquham. "Some people just get their first taste of gardening here, and it's great, because you have a lot of people doing the same thing you're doing. You can access their talent, skills, and information."
Plots are already tilled for the growing season and organizers say that there are seven plots (12' by 20') still available. Gardeners will have access to water, tools, and donated seeds.