Brit: Tell me about yourself. Alizabeth: I am a senior at Westminster College studying Environmental Science. At Westminster, I coordinate the community garden program we have on campus. I hail originally from Spokane, Washington, but came to Utah so I live in a beautiful place where I could explore nature and go to school. I love to ski, bike, garden, cook, host potlucks and really anything that allows me to connect with nature, food and my wonderful friends.
Help WCG build community, celebrate diversity, and improve access to gardening this Earth Day!
Vibrant communities seek ways to include everyone, which is why Wasatch Community Gardens will building an ADA-accessible pathway at the Grateful Tomato Garden this Earth-Day weekend (Saturday, April 20th).
We're looking for a few motivated, kindhearted folks to help us move some dirt, shovel some gravel, and rake some stone -- all in the name of building community and having fun.
Looking for an internship? Join Wasatch Community Gardens this spring and be a part of something great.
Interns are an integral part of our organization and have the opportunity to participate in staff meetings, attend networking events, and take part in a number of volunteer opportunities outside of their specific internship project.