Garden workers…

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Geese in the garden…

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Rangely Community Gardens wraps up fruitful season

RANGELY I The Rangely Community Gardens wrapped up a diverse and fruitful season this month with its annual pumpkin giveaway to all children in Rangely and Dinosaur. Share on Facebook

Rangely Community Gardens gears up for next growing season

RANGELY I If this spring is any indication, Rangely Community Gardens organizers will continue building on a sturdy foundation of gardening and community involvement. Share on Facebook

Williams Pipeline’s Day of Caring helps Rangely Community Gardens

RANGELY I Last summer, 9-year-old Adywen Meeks grew her first vegetables and flowers in a four-by-four foot plot at Rangely Children’s Garden. Share on Facebook

Rangely Community Gardens ends season by giving away 550 whole pumpkins

RANGELY I The Rangely Community Gardens finished its 2014 season by handing out more than 550 pumpkins to children and community members before Halloween. Since the Gardens’ inception in 2011, organizer Sharon Stewart has held fast to the idea of growing pumpkins for kids. Part of the reason was nostalgia. Share on Facebook

Young gardeners enjoy autumn…

Children are invited to the Rangely Community Gardens’ free Kids Harvest Garden Club on Fridays from 1 to 4 p.m., when they engage in a variety of interactive and imaginative activities like scarecrow building. Share on Facebook

Bird or moth…

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Plenty of growing season ahead at Rangely Community Gardens

RBC I Sure, it’s July, which to some feels like summer is half over. Strictly speaking, however, the gardening season is still young, which leaves plenty of time to join Rangely Community Gardens many activities. Share on Facebook

Hatch honored by town for garden work…

Former Rangely Community Gardens president and current garden consultant Lisa Hatch, right, accepts a plaque from the Town of Rangely and the Community Gardens honoring her role in initiating and expanding the garden project over the last several years. Share on Facebook

Harvest Bowls Fest popular, raises $7K for organizations

RANGELY I Rangely’s first Harvest Bowls Festival drew approximately 200 people to Rangely Community Gardens on Thursday, netting more than $7,000 for four local non-profit groups and one global relief organization. Share on Facebook

Community Gardens…

Though it may not look like much is going on above ground, the Rangely Community Gardens areas and family plots have been planted and are beginning to show signs of growth. Share on Facebook