Garden Harvest Helps Food Banks

Participants in the Payson Community Garden recently harvested 150 pounds of fresh produce and delivered it to Rim Country food banks.

Participants in the Payson Community Garden recently harvested 150 pounds of fresh produce and delivered it to Rim Country food banks. Photo by Pete Aleshire. |

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Guests to the Payson Community Garden these days ooh and ahh over the lush foliage.

Gardeners have received e-mails from Glen McCombs, owner of the Plant Fair Nursery in Star Valley, congratulating everyone on how well everything looks.

“It shows your skills and the knowledge you may have gained at the garden,” he wrote.

McCombs also reported that Friday, July 9, area food banks received 150 pounds of food from the Community Garden.

“They love it! Thank you,” he wrote.

To visit the Community Garden, stop by between 7 a.m. and 10 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. and 8 p.m every day except Sunday. The garden is located next to the Church of the Nazarene on Tyler Parkway.

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