Popular Levittown community garden needs more volunteers

    Despite being an award-winning garden using a popular planting style, Levittown’s “lasagna garden” behind the Middletown Community Center could use some more volunteers.

    The garden produces hundreds of pounds of produce every year for a local food bank, including this year’s tomatoes, green beans, squash, cantaloupe, strawberries, peppers, and sweet potatoes, beets, herbs Jerusalem artichokes, as Levitton Patch reports.

    Everything in the garden was donated, but only a handful of volunteers give their time twice a month. To help maintain and harvest the garden, call 215-750-3890.

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