This project, proposed by Val Libby, was focused on applying for a grant from the Brooklin Garden Club and, if successful (as it was) in being awarded the grant, using the funds to purchase plants and materials to clean, upgrade and otherwise beautify Horton Emerson Park.
The Horton Emerson Park project has been completed—at least, for now. We hope the project team will continue to work with the Select Board to keep the park in tip-top condition. But they may need some help from time to time for weeding, clean-up and repairs.
The volunteer effort to landscape Horton Emerson Park on Water St. will move to the next step, since the Brooklin Garden Club has awarded a $450 grant to support the effort.
Volunteers led by Val Libby will be on site over the next month or two to work their magic!
Thank you to the Brooklin Garden Club and the local volunteers providing the skill (and muscle) to make it happen.
The BHCD Board has approved sponsorship of a project, proposed and to be led by Val Libby, to add plants and shrubbery to this Water St. “pocket park.”
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