A community garden in Findlay that helps people become food secure is taking applications from those interested in managing a plot.
Details are in the following news release from the United Way of Hancock County.
The Community Gardens of Hancock County is accepting applications for the 2020 garden season.
The garden is located at 1800 N. Blanchard St., and its mission is to educate and equip individuals to become food secure and to work in harmony with their neighbors.
The growing season will begin in May and runs through late October.
Those interested in managing a plot may apply here.
An application form can also be picked up at United Way of Hancock County, 245 Stanford Parkway, Findlay, when it reopens after the COVID-19 restrictions have lifted.
Organizations, churches or youth groups may apply.
The Community Gardens of Hancock County is a collaborative effort and supported by The Findlay-Hancock Community Foundation, United Way of Hancock County with assistance from the Master Gardener Volunteers and Ohio State University Hancock County Extension office.
Call 419-423-1432 or email Heather Heilman at [email protected] for more information.