Kane Street Community Garden is raising its standards
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of La Crosse is creating a garden that will be raised a few feet off the ground for people in wheelchairs and walkers
LA CROSSE, Wis (WKBT) – A community organization that is known for giving is getting help to become more accessible to many more people.
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of La Crosse is creating a garden that will be raised a few feet off the ground for people in wheelchairs and walkers.
They are working on this project with the Hunger Task Force and Viterbo University.
The construction on the project began at eight this morning and is expected to be completely finished by the end of the day.
The newly raised garden is just one of the many volunteer events held by the community garden and joining the volunteer effort is the easy part.
“All you have to do is show up, you don’t have to sign-up online, you don’t have to ask anybody or make an appointment. You just come on over and they’ll put you to work, ” said David Boen, the volunteer coordinator for the project.
The community garden is open Monday through Saturday.
For a complete list of volunteer times visit lacrossehtg.org