The JCCG is primarily used for education and demonstration in 2013. Interest meetings in August 2013 will determine future use of the garden by the local community. As of June 2013, more than 250 pounds of produce have been harvested from the JCCG. This produce has been used in nutrition programs, and shared with members of the community. In 2013 we have grown several types of peppers and tomatoes, cantaloupes and watermelons, beans, cabbage, eggplant, and more under black plastic.
Less than 10Organization:
Cooperative/Communal GardenPlot Count:
Less than 10Type:University garden Size:
Less than 1/4 acrePrimary Production:
public of Jones County
grants and extension programming funds