“The greatness of a community is most accurately measured by the compassionate actions of its members.” – Coretta Scott King
We are in a new and trying time right now. This is a time to remember to slow down and take care of ourselves, our families, and our community. This is a time to be grateful for the fresh healthy, food we grow and the good people who nourish our lives. This is a time to remember that we are not in this thing called life alone. Be kind. Be generous. Be resilient. We will get through this by working together.
The DUG office is closed to the public, but we are diligently working remotely to make sure our programs and gardens are impacted as little as possible.
DUG understands that gardening can be a stress-relieving and even immune-system-boosting activity. We want you to be able to go to your gardens, but ask that everyone follow the CDC and CDPHE guidelines around distancing and social precautions for COVID-19 to flatten the curve.
Share this information with all gardeners! You can still garden, but take some precautions first.