Ashland Food Angels

A Rogue Valley Grassroots Volunteer Organization

Ashland Food Angels' Community Garden Project

We have applied for a Community Garden Grant from the Jackson County Master Gardener Association to expand and improve our Angel Garden. We have asked for enough money to construct 5 Natural Yard raised beds, measuring 3'x12'x11", fill them with organic soil from Green Planet Naturals and fit them with a new drip irrigation system.

We will also be creating an Outdoor Education Center, in the front yard. This will be an area landscaped with herbs and set with 2 picnic tables, where we can instruct local school children and our Girl Scout Troup on the benefits of growing and consuming organic food.

With this phase of our Angel Garden project, we should be able to grow more organic produce and better accomplish our goal of educating the community. Last year's garden was prolific, and this year's will be even more so.

Here are some photos of last year's garden.

Pamela Joy, Director of the Ashland Food Angels
Upper garden area


Pamela Joy, Director of the Ashland Food Angels
Lower garden area


Pamela Joy, Director of the Ashland Food Angels
Green house and compost bins


Pamela Joy, Director of the Ashland Food Angels
Upper garden area


Pamela Joy, Director of the Ashland Food Angels
Lower garden area


Pamela Joy, Director of the Ashland Food Angels
The site of our future Outdoor Education Center