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Updated Grant Application!!!

From time to time we need to make changes to the way we collect information from you to better evaluate your needs for financial assistance. So we have been hard at work updating our Grant Application, which is available here. In the very near future, this application will be available online as a fillable form.

We have also waived all membership fees ($10 per year) until January 2021, so if you would like to join our group please consider downloading our membership form.

Join Shed today – 2020 Membership Dues waived through year end!

It’s been a busy year for SHED and we’d like YOU to add your voice in support of horticultural education!

We’ve waived our already low membership fee for the remainder of this year to encourage everyone interested in gardening, growing food and creating a beautiful, more sustainable environment locally to become a SHED member and help us expand our outreach.

Even as the days grow shorter, there is still a lot of gardening we can do here in Pueblo. Planting cool season veggies, like lettuce and spinach, mulching the flower beds to get they ready for winter and starting a compost pile with the leaves that are starting to fall.

You can learn about all this and more through the resources SHED offers its members. Benefits include:

  • Opportunities to get site- specific advice from Master Gardeners
  • Notifications of upcoming events of interest that are horticulture related
  • An online subscription to the quarterly “From The Ground Up” Newsletter, containing seasonally-relevant articles on landscaping, plant care and growing tips.

Become a member today by clicking on the Membership Form, and thanks for visiting!

First community seed swap and educational event of 2017!

STOP BY THE RAWLINGS LIBRARY ON SATURDAY, JANUARY  8TH, 9:30 – 11:30 a.m., Thurston Room

Please note new location for 2017, we are now in the Thurston room on the 1st floor!!

Join the All Pueblo Grows Seed Lending Library for their first community seed swap and educational event of 2017! Volunteers will present on the topic of starting seeds indoors. After the presentation help volunteers package and sort seed to go into the library. The event begins at 9:30 a.m. at the Rawlings Hoag Library, in the Thurston room on the first floor. If you have seeds to donate, bring them along! We hope to see you there!