• The Lakefront Porch – A Makeover for Crowley Station!

    To learn about exciting plans for the Crowley Station platform, see the website for the Lakefront Porch on Wilson Street at Crowley Station:  Lakefrontporch.org. Learn more about the Lakefront Porch in this article, madison.com!

  • Find Your Garden in Madison

    Crowley Station CSCG garden beds are perfect for gardeners living downtown who desire a small piece of land to grow herbs, flowers, and vegetables that do not require too much space, but there are only a few beds. There are more community gardens in Madison. They vary in size, requirements, and locations. Look for the … Continue reading Find Your Garden in Madison

  • 2021 Garden Season

    Welcome to the new gardening season! Please follow CDC and city public health guidelines when you come to the garden. Wear a mask when others are around, and bring your own tools if you have concerns about sharing. If you have received a garden assignment from us, you are welcome to begin as soon as … Continue reading 2021 Garden Season

  • 2020 Garden Season

    In this stressful moment, I know that many of you are looking forward to getting out into the garden this spring. Right now, Crowley Station Community Garden is able to remain open. The season will just look a bit different than previous years. All garden members are welcome to begin as soon as we receive … Continue reading 2020 Garden Season

  • Autumn Gardening: Planting Garlic!

    If you’re planning to continue gardening with us at CSCG for the 2018 season, it’s time to get your garlic cloves in some soil! Garlic is typically planted in the Fall and harvested the following summer. Our raised garden beds are sunny, rich, and well-drained; which is perfect for garlic. Garlic should be planted 6 … Continue reading Autumn Gardening: Planting Garlic!

  • Sauerkraut: from the ground up

    Hi gardeners! As you are plotting your new garden this spring, it’s great to think about long term projects.  Planning plants that you can preserve later is a great way to use your bountiful harvest and reduce waste! There are three primary methods to preserve your harvest later on: canning, freezing, and pickling/fermenting.  If you … Continue reading Sauerkraut: from the ground up

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