Veteran Employment Base Camp and Organic Garden Tuesday-Saturday 0800-1200 Veteran Employment Base Camp and Organic GardenTuesday-Saturday0800-1200
NCCGP Grow Workshop in New Bern, NC at Veterans Organic Garden October 18, 2014. Click name to sign up!



The North Carolina Community Garden Partners (NCCGP) is excited to announce an educational workshop for community



garden leaders in New Bern and the surrounding region. The day is part of the Gardeners Recreating Our World (GROW) series.



Included will be educational sessions, networking time, lunch and a visit to The Veterans Base Camp Employment Garden where



season extension and pollinator gardens will be demonstrated. Garden leaders and volunteers will have a chance to connect with



community gardeners from their region, expand their community garden leadership skills, learn about pollinators and growing



environmentally-friendly gardens and see season extension in action. Attendees will also be eligible to apply for a mini-grant to



support their garden projects in early 2015.

Please click on the name above to be re-directed to the registration.



Deanna Hull

Meet our Garden Coordinator, Deanna Hull. She is a Marine veteran, loves agriculture and has one of the most recently awarded Girl Scout Troops in Craven County. Please come by and say Hi!

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Mumfest, Downtown New Bern

October 11/12 2014


We will be selling these vegetable baskets to benefit



the veterans garden.



Aren't they cute?









Veterans Garden: Hours of operation

Except rain or holidays




Vets talk about vets fundraiser!
Veterans fundraiser
District Cdr. Dick Totino and Lovay Singleton Veterans Garden Groundbreaking Ceremony

A dream that started two years to benefit homeless and disabled veterans became a reality Friday with the ground breaking of a special garden in the Duffyfield community.

About 70 people watched the dedication of the Veterans Employment Base Camp and Organic Garden at a ceremony between Stanley White Recreation Center and Henderson Park.

Lovay Wallace-Singleton, a 20 year air traffic controller for the U.S. Navy and a disabled veteran, presented the proposal of the veterans garden to aldermen this past summer and everyone at the ceremony said it was her persistence and dedication that turned the idea into reality.

Singleton told those gathered that the garden would not only impact the lives of homeless and disable veterans but all Craven County citizens.

The purpose of the Veterans Employment Base Camp and Organic Garden, Singleton said before the dedication, will be to decrease the veteran homeless population in Craven County, the quality of life for disabled veterans and to increase organic produce in the county.

Thanks for stopping by. My name is Lovay Wallace-Singleton. Come and join Veterans Employment Base Camp and Organic Garden. Volunteer, Donate, Purchase the produce and Have a look around our website and get to know us. If you want to drop us a line, ask a question or volunteer then you can always leave a note in the guestbook.

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