Some of the folks who helped at the Cornucopia gardens.
Last month volunteers came out to Cornucopia Community Gardens to help restore and beautify the educational garden spaces as part of Environmental Sustainability & Parks and Recreation’s Spruce Up Cornucopia Gardens Event! Volunteers mulched, cleared debris, and wiped down equipment while enjoying each other’s company, and snacks. The work accomplished by these groups and individuals will be instrumental in hosting Gardening Series classes and community enrichment to come at Cornucopia Community Gardens.
Cornucopia Community Garden is the City of Ventura’s largest community garden, with approximately 150 plots available for rent to community members. Managed by the Parks and Recreation Department, the garden attracts community members from all walks of life who come together to cultivate the land and enjoy the outdoors.