outdoor-subpage-header.gif


Clay Center Garden

Our education
gardens are in full swing with our pollinator garden bursting with blooms and tasty veggies in our organic vegetable garden. So far, we’ve already harvested beans, carrots, lettuce, and onions for Manna Meal. Our tomatoes are taking over and will be ripening soon, along with cucumbers, more onions and sweet potatoes. You can also visit Turtle Town and meet our Eastern Box Turtles. There’s a lot to learn, so come see what we’ve got growin’ on!  

Thanks to Ms. Jensen's class at Piedmont Elementary School for their help in raising over 250 pounds of produce for Manna Meal with our 2013 garden. We’re looking to top that in 2014!

The Clay Center garden project received a 2012 Youth Garden Grant Award from the National Gardening Association and has now received a community award from Kroger for community
involvement in 2013. The Clay Center Gardens
have also been added to Charleston’s East End Garden Showcase.  

Sponsored by CSX




 


funding provided by: accessibility: find us on: contact us press room privacy statement email sign-up employment

WV Division of Culture and History WV Fund for the Arts national Endowment for the Arts

facebook twitter flickr rss feed Copyright © 2001 - 2012 Clay Center for the Arts & Sciences of West Virginia. All rights reserved. Content Management Solutions By TERRADON Communications Group, LLC