All the blog posts from 2017

Summer has begun

Grant Awarded Thanks to the Robert & Eleanor Franke Charitable Foundation, a supporting organization of the La Crosse Community Foundation,  has awarded Grow La Crosse a grant to help connect children to healthy food and nature. The…
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Summer is in Session!

Ahhh summer! The warmer weather means long days spent outside swimming in the pool, riding bikes along the trails, hiking in the state parks, and plenty of gardening! Although summer doesn't officially begin until June…
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Plant Sale Week

Our annual plant sale is officially underway! We’ll be at various locations all week with a myriad of seeds and plants to choose from. Details of times, dates and locations are below. Stop by and support…
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Plant Giveaway Winners

Congratulations to our plant Sale winners! Brittney Gibbs, Ryan Knox, John Sullivan, Alyssa Gray, and Rachel Teske have won our plant sale giveaway! Our annual plant sale is fast approaching, and every year we showcase…
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Meet the growers and more!

  Grow La Crosse is excited to be adding some new plants to our plant sale this year.  Our growers will now include Joyce Cielecki and Michael Pelech from Driftless Area Natives. Driftless Area Natives…
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Pollinator Lessons

Let the gardening begin! Students at State Road Elementary and Hamilton/SOTA I are getting their hands dirty planting this season’s first seeds for the garden. Students helped plant tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, herbs, ground cherries, greens…
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Mayors Conference

Join us this Saturday, March 25th at La Crosse's Mayor's Neighborhood Expo. The event includes free breakfast, free lunch and kids activities. The event is a day to learn about and appreciate the community we live…
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Seed and Plant Sale

It's time to plan for spring.  We're offering great bundles of organic seeds from Seed Savers.  Ordering from us gives you a good deal (it's cheaper than their website prices) and supports school gardens and…
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