Recently, the Courageous Steps Project founder Connor Archer, has made it a goal of his since the sensory gardens at the Green House were created, to expand the gardens, and get more support for the sensory gardens, which have been established now for 5 years.
Earlier this week, he heard back from Black Bear Lawn Care in Orono, who jumped on board with the cause and donated soil, as well as mulch for the gardens. "This was the biggest donation we've had for the sensory gardens" said founder Connor Archer, who already got flowers and vegetables donated earlier in the week from Bagley's Green House and EverMay Nursery.
Archer hopes to have the gardens completed by Monday morning, when the Green House Nursery School's summer camp begins. A sign is also being created by Sarah Shorette who has students at the Green House Nursery School. "I'm excited to see how the staff and students react to the gardens" said Archer. "I'm hoping for a good outcome, and for the next two days to move in a smooth fashion" added Archer.
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Courageous Steps Project fundraiser held at Governor's - 8/9/16
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