Fairview’s Community Garden was created to help our community have increased access to nutritious
The Samaritan Community Garden was established in 2016. The garden is sponsored by United Way through a grant from the Hart family, and hosted by Westview United Methodist Church who provides the space for the garden. With the help of United Way of Williamson County, every spring a group of college volunteers from all around the U.S. come to help prep the garden and begin planting. From there the maintenance and gathering of produce relies on the hard work of volunteers within the Fairview community. The garden is always in need of new volunteers to help weed, pick produce, bag/weigh produce, and deliver produce to local groups for distribution.All produce is given to those in need through outlets in the Fairview Community such as Grace Works and Maple Village for seniors. To date there have been 6800 lbs of vegetables provided by the garden.
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