Meet our Community Gardeners Series – Juliet Teixeira

Our first “Get to know our community gardeners” post is for our Garden Coordinator, Juliet. Juliet is pictured with State Rep. Jim Hawkins during last year’s 20th Anniversary Celebration.

🥕Name: Juliet Teixeira
🥕Plot#: 21
🥕Where are you from? Originally from Boston. I am of Cape Verdean and Jewish heritage.
🥕How long have you been gardening at ACG? Since 2012
🥕What are your favorite things to grow? I have become an expert in growing garlic. I also like growing tomatoes as there is nothing as good as eating a fresh tomato.
🥕What is your favorite thing about the community garden? I love meeting our gardeners. I also love to see what people are growing. I have learned tips and tricks from other gardeners.

News About Your Land Trust and More

Click below to read our monthly electronic newsletter, intended for distribution over social media, that includes news of what is happening at our conservation properties, as well as general conservation topics. There are also articles on Attleboro history, with a focus on the Barrows Farm (now the Richardson Preserve) and what seasonal tasks the Barrows family might have been working on as they derived their living from this land 300 years ago. News of the Attleboro Community Garden is also a regular feature.
This publication is being produced by the Education and Outreach Committee of the Attleboro Land Trust, local volunteers, and some of the classes at Attleboro High School.


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