About The Garden

Join us and learn about sustainable gardening and natural building:

Dive deep into natural gardening with our food forests and raised beds growing organic vegetables. For Winter, check out these Community Education classes being offered at Newberg Center in February and March 2018 (see flier below)!
In Spring 2018, come to one of our sustainability events (Seed Exchanges, Natural Gardening, Planting Parties, and Cob Natural Building) with Learning Garden Coordinator, Moonrose Doherty.  The cob shed construction, which has been a community and volunteer based project, will host volunteer opportunities in Spring, with the help of PCC instructor and natural builder, Bernhard Masterson. If you want to learn more about natural building or sustainable gardening, the Learning Garden offers an inclusive and supportive place to gain new skills and friends. 

For more information contact Moonrose Doherty, PCC Newberg Center Learning Garden Coordinator at moonrose.doherty@pcc.edu 971-722-8610 

We want to teach you about growing food, non-toxic weed management, food forests, pollinators, and permaculture. Schedule a time with us to learn about natural cultivation, how to stick to chemical-free plant care, pollinator-friendly practices, and permaculture. We look forward to meeting you.

If you would like to be involved in the following special projects: pollinator tracking, planting the herb spiral, adopting a raised garden bed, or planting native plant species in the garden, please contact Moonrose Doherty.   

To sign up for our mailing list or for questions about the cob shed project, please contact us with this form.


Proposed Shed Design
Proposed Shed Design


We had a story published in the Newberg Graphic read the article here.


working on the cob wall
Progress on the shed will continue in Spring. We've come so far! Check out the photo at left, when we first started! We have now gotten to the point where we'll be installing windows and the door. Help us get to the point where we can put the roof on! Join us in Spring. We'd love to see you at one of the volunteer work parties. Get to know each other, build community, build your resume, and learn about cob.
See our Pictures section for more!  






This project made possible by The Green Initiative Fund of Portland Community College and the Building and Construction Technology department.

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