Community Organic Gardens of Sequim (COGS)

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About Community Organic Gardens of Sequim - Our History and Supporters

The idea for a community garden in Sequim came to a small group in 2006. 

Our first garden, the Fir Street Garden, found a home with St. Luke's Episcopal Church. It opened in 2007 with support from multiple community entities. 

Help came via grants from First Federal Bank, Sound Community Bank, and Sequim Community Foundation. In addition, individuals, businesses, and the Sequim Sunrise Rotary donated labor and physical property from hoses to fencing. Without this community support, the garden could never have materialized. 

Initially, a local group dedicated to the preservation of farmland, Friends of the Fields, acted as the umbrella providing the Fir Street Garden with non-profit status. Later, Friends of the Fields was integrated with North Olympic Land Trust. 

St. Luke’s Episcopal Church has also been an immense support in terms of space for the garden.

Produce for the Sequim Food Bank
COGS SUPPORTERS’ WEBSITES 
(Many individuals have also provided their help to the garden.)

Blake’s Sand and Gravel http://blakeinc.net/blake-sand-gravel/ 
City of Sequim www.sequimwa.gov 
Clallam Co-op Farm and Garden www.theco-opfarmandgarden.com 
First Federal Savings and Loan Assoc. www.ourfirstfed.com 
Gardener and Bloome  www.kellogggarden.com/pcat?brand=gardnerbloome 
Lazy J Tree Farm www.lazyjtreefarms.com  
North Olympic Land Trust www.northolympiclandtrust.org
Sequim Sears www.sears.com
Sequim Community Foundation  www.ov-cf.org
Sequim Gazette www.sequimgazette.com 
Sequim Sunrise Rotary www.sequimsunriserotary.org 
Sound Community Bank https://www.soundcb.com 






Special Thanks to our photographers: 

Pam Larsen, Pam Leonard-Ray, and Sonja Younger

Produce for the 
Sequim
Food Bank,
prepped and
ready to
deliver!
Concept Drawing of the 
Fir Street COGS
Garden
COGS Logo Designed by Magdalena Bassett
"In the Beginning..."