In 2012, The Armed Forces Pavilion and Community Garden located at 995 Lincoln Way, Auburn CA was nothing more than a dream and a dirt lot. A collaborative effort of numerous Veterans and FSP set in motion a plan to give Veterans a common place to work together on healing, to join with the community and learn about each other. Helping with growing vegetables and plants. Harvesting and providing food for the Homeless and the families that work in the garden.
Through overwhelming support from local business and countless hours from volunteers, that dream is now a reality!
Are you a business owner that has a service that could benefit the garden? Do you have able hands? Or do you just want to play in the dirt? We want your help and so do Veterans. Contact us today and let us know when you’d like to volunteer.
FSP offers 4 beds for yearly lease. Grow fresh fruit and vegetables for yourself while enjoying the great outdoors! Contact us and learn more about leasing a garden box for a Veteran.
The Forgotten Soldier Program is offering the opportunity to leave your Veterans mark in a very special place. Bricks are available to be engraved with your customized message until we sell out.
Click here for more info on purchasing a brick.
A healthy community garden that is able to adapt and pursue their goals in a sustainable way can be, and are, driving forces for health in the communities and landscapes they serve. And yet, the Placer Resource Conservation District, an organization dedicated to helping people help the land for the purposes of nurturing the land toward health and productivity, knew little about the community gardening activity occurring in Placer County; who they are, how they operate, and what they do. We wanted to find out! READ MORE…
American Legion Post 130 September 2022 News