Mentorship means success for a first-time gardener

By being a community garden mentor, you can ensure a fellow gardener has a successful growing experience.  Help someone avoid some common mistakes — like planning tomatoes before the average frost free date, or forgetting to thin your beets and carrots.

You don’t have to be a perfect gardener — just remember what it was like to be a beginner.  Watering-in, identifying common weeds and how-to use a turning fork are some basics your mentee might want to learn.

We’ll help you along the way by providing opportunities to connect and some useful resources for you and your mentee.

Interested in being a mentor? Contact or 406.239.8236.