Tend your plot, don’t touch the bunnies

Spring at Fox Point Community Garden comes furnished with wildlife: birds, bunnies, snakes, groundhogs, mice, and rats are the primary residents. The more frequently we tend our plots, especially in the early spring, the less opportunity they have to build homes and communities of their own.  When (notice, not “if“)  you see a critter in the garden, please do your best to avoid it. Handling wildlife is a super bad idea. And by “super bad,” I don’t mean the James Brown variety.


Please be sure your plots are tended by Friday, June 3.  There are still hungry gardeners on the wait list.

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