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. From left, Rangely Area Chamber of Commerce Director Kristin Steele and Community Gardens president Jennifer Aplanalp present the award to Hatch during the group’s spring meeting. Meeting leaders also handed out new protocol for organization and communication and signed attendees up for garden plots. To become involved, contact Aplanalp at 970-620-0400 or go to www.rangelygardens.com.
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.
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.