Leffingwell’s Community Garden

The Leffingwell House Museum is proud to announce that the Community Garden 2012 project of Eagle Scout candidate Nathan LeClair has been completed. Nathan LeClair with family and friends built six raised beds and a surrounding fence during some of the hottest days of the 2012 summer.

The new garden raised beds are filled with a variety of vegetables and herbs and join the Anne Martinez McIntosh Memorial Herb Garden and Dooryard Garden of the Leffingwell House Museum that opened in 2011.

The Leffingwell House Museum is open Noon – 4 PM on Saturdays, May through October and by appointment at 348 Washington Street, Norwich.

(l-r) Dan and Wendy LeClair, Dana O’Brien, Bill Caruso, Carol Lord, Troop Graduate Ben Lord IV, Eagle Scout candidate Nathan LeClair, Aaron Lord I, Dylan Lussier, Dan O’Brien, Jarrett Brine, Russell Crumley, Mike Mercik and Greg Farlow

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  1. Alice @ Suncast

    Wow! Thanks a lot for the cool page. I really like community gardening. It just brings the community together.

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