Interested in helping in the garden on a regular basis? We can use help with tasks including but not limited to: watering, planting, harvesting, and weeding. We have volunteers who just pop over when they have the time, sign up for a scheduled watering “shift” and even a couple of departments who come out once a month on a rotating schedule. Email [email protected] with questions or to be added to our volunteer email list.
Sign up for our mailing list! We will notify you when about food that is ready to be harvested and volunteer opportunities.
Email Sara to get involved!
NHNHRMC has a beautiful community garden with 24 raised beds for its team members and community members to enjoy. With the help of volunteers, we grow seasonal produce year round. The garden is open to anyone who would like to work or harvest! The garden also serves as a classroom for team member cooking classes. We teach classes on healthy cooking, how to use local produce growing food at home and more.
The garden is located at 1415 Physician’s Drive.
When you turn into the outpatient Heart Center and are looking right at main building it is all the way in the back-left corner.
NHRMC's Employee Nutrition Services Team Loves Working in the Community Garden!
Ana Evans, RD, Nutrition Program Coordinator, and Sara Parrish, RD
Some of the vegetables you will find in the appropriate season at the Community Garden:
- Green Beans
- Sugar Snap Peas
Thank you to all NHNHRMC team members and community members who volunteer at our beautiful garden! Below please find videos to help you get oriented with the garden. Questions or want to get involved? Please email Sara Parrish at [email protected].
- Basics of Volunteering at the Garden, Part 1: Location, What to Bring/Wear and General "House Keeping"
- Basics of Volunteering at the Garden, Part 2: Identifying What's Growing, General Tasks and Brief History of Garden
- Water and Irrigation 101
- The Garden Shed: Tools and Supplies You May Need
- Composting, Where to Toss Weeds and the Orchard
Basics of Volunteering at the Garden, Part 1: Location, What to Bring/Wear and General "House Keeping"
Basics of Volunteering at the Garden, Part 2: Identifying What's Growing, General Tasks and Brief History of Garden
Water and Irrigation 101
The Garden Shed: Tools and Supplies You May Need
Composting, Where to Toss Weeds and the Orchard