Thirty five plots were made available to residents on a first come first serve basis.
Each plot is 6’ x 12’. Temporary signs were placed at each plot until the permanent signs arrive.
Gardeners have access to water at the site.
The Brambleton Group has recently cultivated some unused land for the purpose of creating a community garden in Brambleton. "Let Us" Garden is a pilot program that allows the developer to temporarily put land to good use while giving residents a chance to grow their own garden. Within a week, all thirty five plots were rented out. The annual rental fee is $50 per plot, and all the proceeds will directly benefit Loudoun Interfaith Relief. While gardeners need to bring their own tools and hose, the developer has added an invaluable source of water to the site. The pilot program launches today, May 21st. Let the planting begin!
The mission of Loudoun Interfaith Relief, Inc. is simple, yet critically important: feed the hungry by providing emergency food assistance to those in need to any person or family living in Loudoun County.