Gardener Bob Caldwell, left, and Sue Scott work to build one of the walls of a raised bed in the Fir Street Community Garden. Gardeners from Community Organic Gardens of Sequim built five raised beds earlier this month at the site at 525 N. Fifth Ave. Participants share community service hours ranging from weeding pathways and community plots of blueberries and flowers to making signs or calling fellow gardeners with messages. Fees are $45 a year for a bed or plot, which includes a bag of compost from The Co-Op Farm and Garden, compost from Lazy J Tree Farm and water. For information on availability, call Liz Harper at 360-477-4881. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Gardener Bob Caldwell, left, and Sue Scott work to build one of the walls of a raised bed in the Fir Street Community Garden. Gardeners from Community Organic Gardens of Sequim built five raised beds earlier this month at the site at 525 N. Fifth Ave. Participants share community service hours ranging from weeding pathways and community plots of blueberries and flowers to making signs or calling fellow gardeners with messages. Fees are $45 a year for a bed or plot, which includes a bag of compost from The Co-Op Farm and Garden, compost from Lazy J Tree Farm and water. For information on availability, call Liz Harper at 360-477-4881. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Building raised beds

Gardener Bob Caldwell, left, and Sue Scott work to build one of the walls of a raised bed in the Fir Street Community Garden.

Gardeners from Community Organic Gardens of Sequim built five raised beds earlier this month at the site at 525 N. Fifth Ave. Participants share community service hours ranging from weeding pathways and community plots of blueberries and flowers to making signs or calling fellow gardeners with messages.

Fees are $45 a year for a bed or plot, which includes a bag of compost from The Co-Op Farm and Garden, compost from Lazy J Tree Farm and water. For information on availability, call Liz Harper at 360-477-4881.

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