Great Salt Bay Community School Garden
FARMS (Focus on Agriculture in Rural Maine Schools)
P.O. Box 421
Damariscotta, ME 04543
School Vegetable Garden, School Flower Garden, Farm to Cafeteria, Nutrition Education/Cooking with Students, Nature Education, School Composting, Non-profit Organization
When was your garden project started?
What type of facility hosts your garden?
Public School, Elementary School, Middle School
What does your garden project include?
Vegetables, Grains, Flowers, Composting Bin, Vermicomposting, Composting School Waste, Greenhouse, Hoop House, Our Garden Produce Used in Cafeteria, Local Farm Produce Obtained for Cafeteria, Cooking or Taste Testing in Classroom, Nature Study, Schoolyard Plantings/Greening Project, Fruit Trees
Who volunteers in your garden?
Teachers, School Staff, Parents, Grandparents/Other Family Members, Students outside of school day, Family Members, Community Members, Local Farmer
How is your garden project funded?
Budgeted School or Community Funds, Grants, Donations, Sale of Seeds, Plants, Vegetable
What community connections do you have?
Local Farmers, Nurseries, Health Food Store, Other Local Businesses, Food Pantries, Elder Groups, Greenhouses
Who tends the garden when school’s out?
Volunteer students/families, Other volunteers, Paid staff, Me!
What are your future goals?
We have future goals of an outdoor classroom stucture and an outdoor sink. We would like to continue to provide food to the cafeteria and students.
What is your most significant need?
Our most significant need is funding to sustain our programming.
Any other comments?
Thank you for your incredible work for the State of Maine.