Calling all gardeners, plant enthusiasts, composters and friends of the Earth! The Camp Sealth organic garden is in need of your help. Eleven years ago Camp Sealth started a garden program that grows beautiful flowers and healthy fruits, vegetables and fragrant herbs. Throughout the year Camp Sealth uses the garden, compost facility and worm bin as teaching tools for our guests, environmental education participants and summer campers. Garden visitors learn how to plan an organic garden, the benefits of growing produce close to home and how worms and compost contribute to a healthy garden while reducing waste in landfills. There is often an opportunity to taste something right off the vine or out of the ground!
As we prepare for the spring season we are looking for items to help get our garden ready for all of our visitors. If you have any of the items below, the Camp Sealth staff would put great use to them!
- Pairs of gently used gardening gloves of any size
- Gently used pruners of all sizes
- Starter plants appropriate for spring planting including: tomatoes, beans, herbs, lettuces, onion, potatoes, cucumber, peppers, and flowers
- Seeds of any kind appropriate for a garden in the Pacific Northwest
- Soil Thermometer
- Red Wiggler Worms (up to one pound)
To donate an item above, please fill out the contact form below and we will get in touch with instructions on how to get your items to camp. Drop off in Seattle is available. Thank you for supporting Camp Sealth and Camp Fire Central Puget Sound!
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