WJFF Garden Work Day


Do you like to garden? We need you to help make WJFF flower this spring! Here at the station we have window boxes that need flowers, beds that need turning, shrubs that need trimming, weeds that need pulling. We are going to do something about all this on Saturday, May 17th starting about 9:30am and finishing by 1pm. Bring your extra seedlings and favorite garden tools! Get dirty with us and make WJFF flower! (4765 State Route 52, Jeffersonville NY 12748)

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P.O. Box 546
4765 State Route 52
Jeffersonville, NY 12748
Tel. 845.482.4141
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