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In Bozeman:
Max Smith(406)214-6664
1000newgardensbozeman@gmail.com

 

In Missoula:
Ian Allaway and Aspen Anderson
218-341-8219
1000newgardens@gmail.com

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16 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Hannah Leonard on January 17, 2010 at 1:14 am

    Hello 1000 New Gardens!

    I am a senior at Hellgate High school. We have started a group this year to make Hellgate more energy efficient/organic. I’m in the committee for gardening and we are making a goal to get a green house built! I thought it would be great to get your guys input and maybe help. I know you help dig and plant vegetable gardens for private homes but I was wondering if you had any knowledge of green house use. It would be great if we could get some veggies growing and making the cafeteria a little more organic! Any help/input/ideas would be greatly appreciated!

    Thank You!

    Hannah Leonard

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    • Posted by Tim Skufca on January 28, 2010 at 5:03 pm

      Hannah,
      A couple suggestions:

      take advantage of some great resources in Missoula: M.U.D for design (721-7513), and Home Resource for materials (541-8300)

      Great project! Let me know if you still need further assistance (Tim, 544-9619)

      Reply

    • Posted by Shaun Gant on March 12, 2010 at 8:30 pm

      Hannah–come see me–I have windows you can have to build a greenhouse.

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      • Posted by Shaun Gant on March 12, 2010 at 8:31 pm

        Forgot the contact info, sorry: Shaun Gant (Hellgate HS room 330). Phone: 728-2400 x. 6080 or 728-9236.

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  2. Three things: love the purpose and mission of this group. Last year I tore up my huge back yard for a “community garden”. I grew lots of pumkins, cucumbers, tomatoes, radishes, etc…. Only problem is that noone embraced this idea with me. I plan on expanding my garden and sharing the veggies with anyone who wants to join me. I would say that I could have 2-3 people using a portion of this. My question: is anyone starting to grow starter plants? I have an indoor garage with heat, electricity and water that I’d be happy to share for starting starting plants. What does anyone think?

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    • Posted by Tim Skufca on January 28, 2010 at 4:59 pm

      Jeanne,
      I am interested in meeting with you about extra space for starts / garden share possibilities. Where are you located?

      Tim

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    • Posted by Sue on January 28, 2010 at 9:22 pm

      I would love to get some starts going. Where are you located? Last year was my first, learned alot about what NOT to do. Let me know if you have room. Thanks. Sue

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    • Posted by Hannah Halden on April 28, 2011 at 2:20 pm

      Hey, I’m really interested, are you in Missoula? I don’t have a yard and I found out too late about the Garden City gardens, so I have the itch to grow but no where to plant!

      Reply

  3. Posted by Chris on January 28, 2010 at 7:46 pm

    Jeanne
    I’m interested in helping with starting plants. Did you have in mind working as a group or just providing space?
    Chris

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  4. Posted by Riley C on January 29, 2010 at 3:31 am

    I would love to help in any way i can…. i am a sophomore here at the U, worked on the Blue Barn Farm last summer and am ecstatic to get gardening this season but unfortunately my landlord wont let me have anything but a cannister garden so i was thinking i might just help out with these…. my phone number is 406 698 6005 please call if there is any way i can help! thanks have a wonderful day

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  5. Posted by shari montana on March 12, 2010 at 5:05 pm

    Hello – I looking for garden enthusiasts. I have about 1 acre devoted to a new garden space and am looking for a few people who would llike to participate in a garden share opportunity. condition for the garden share is that we dontate 25% of our product to the food bank and to follow John Jeavons sustainable garden practices.
    contact Shari at
    406 207 6105
    or
    shari@sharimontana.com

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  6. Posted by tami on October 17, 2011 at 5:53 pm

    I JUST READ ABOUT YOU IN THE PAPER AND I WAS WONDERING HOW MUCH HELP YOU PROVIDE: I DONT HAVE MUCH FOR $ AND NO HELP REALLY BUT WANT TO PLANT A GOOD SIZE GARDEN NEXT YEAR AND HAVE NO WAY TO TILL UP THE GROUND LET ALONE HAUL IN MANURE WHICH I KNOW FOR A FACT THAT IT WILL NEED IT … PLEASE CAN YOU HELP ???? THANKS TAMI

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  7. Posted by Bridget Yazvac on October 18, 2011 at 3:53 am

    I also just read the article in the Missoulian and am wondering how to get on your list to be considered for a lasagna garden? I am in Stevensville on the east side and have property where cows once used to roam so great soil but still needs lots of amending! If I could grow some vegetables next year, I would be willing to share. Thank you in advance, please let me know what you need!

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  8. Posted by murray on October 28, 2011 at 3:49 pm

    I have lama poop would you like some?

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  9. Posted by Joe & Peggy Korona on February 20, 2012 at 5:50 pm

    Greetings Fellow Gardeners:

    We have a 1/3rd-acre pasture here in Missoula, out here in Target Range
    in the southwest corner of the Valley, near Maclay’s Bridge.
    We’re in-need of some able-bodied folks to help us dig, from sod,
    some new garden beds (soon as the snow melts & ground thaws, that is…)
    Please contact us, we’d appreciate it.
    We hear you had your first organizational meeting of the new year last week,
    so we thought it was time to contact you and get the ball rollin’.
    Thanks for all you do and Peace, Joe & Peggy Korona (406-549-4239)….

    Reply

  10. Posted by Kate Crouch on March 13, 2016 at 5:56 pm

    Is there a way to get on the list for new raised garden beds this spring?

    Reply

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