On Saturday, April 27th at 9 a.m., volunteers are needed to help plant the Community Garden in Albuquerque’s Nob Hill Pocket Park.
The garden, constructed in part from recycled materials, looks to produce fruits and vegetables for the community. Volunteers are needed for things like planting seeds, removing trash, as well as helping with the park’s irrigation.
Land owner Rob Strell, the City of Albuquerque and Nob Hill Main Street are working to create the area with very little in the way of public funds.
Students from the nearby Media Arts Collaborative Charter School will be documenting the revitalization of Albuquerque’s historic Nob Hill community on film.
Volunteers are encouraged to bring gardening gloves and a hand trowel. The garden and park, is on the corner of Silver and Morningside. For more information, please visit rt66central.com.