Meet The DIG it Steering Committee
Our role is to make sure that the Garden runs smoothly and the gardeners have a safe, fun and enjoyable gardening experience. We are a 501c3 (EIN 94-2789842) under New Life Church. Our land use has been donated by New Life Church, Kingman AZ
As a former Master Gardener Coordinator my main role is to manage the DIG it website and database. My training will still allow me to periodically help out with training and education at the garden. I also serve as the Garden Bed Lease coordinator. To contact me, click here.
I help with garden bed leasing, the Children's Garden, community outreach, fundraising, publicity and events for Dig It. I love letting the Kingman community know about the learning, growing and sharing that happens at the garden. To contact me, click here.
As a Master Gardener, I educate the public on a variety of issues relating to gardening. My focus on the Community Garden will also involve education such as plant talks, answering questions and providing knowledge for its success in addition to assisting with future ideas and projects. To contact me, click here.
As a Master Gardener I help out with the educational activities at the garden. I also help with planning , publicity and fund raising. I also assist with the pumpkin patch and children's events. I do whatever it takes to make DIG it successful. To contact me click here.
I am a former Associate Master Gardener and lessee of several garden beds at Dig It. I enjoy educating people about gardening and plants when they visit the garden. I help new gardeners and answer questions. I grow unusual, yet edible plants that are viable in the desert and inform people about them. I also help with the Children’s Garden area and events at the garden. To contact me, click here
Children's Garden Events
I lease two garden beds that I share and teach my 2 and 3 years olds and their friends the magic of growing things. I will be helping with the children’s events in the garden. I am excited and cannot wait to meet and share with you our community garden! To contact me, click here