We're excited to unveil our Escondido micro-grange location that will provide a healing garden for the greater San Diego area, and skill development area for veterans. Our team has been hard at work cleaning up the property and preparing the site for garden beds and activities, but we have a lot more work to do.
One of the most crucial expenses we need to cover is restoring or re-drilling a collapsed well on the property and setting up a water system so we can irrigate the garden for planting and support lodging for guests and volunteers. This is our current priority on the site and is quoted to cost $25,000 to dig a new well or $50,000 to rebuild the current one.
Other expenses on this property include:
- Debris clean & haul off
- Site cut & fill, grading, etc.
- Well drilling
- Solar head pump for well
- Planter beds
- 10,000 gallon septic tank
- Clearing and setting 3 pad locations
- Electrical upgrade for existing structure
- Site electrical for outpost structures
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More to follow, so stay tuned!
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Guardian Grange is a registered non-profit 501(c)(3), EIN 85-3841605. Contributions are tax deductible. Your donation supports our efforts to improve humanity and the environment by uplifting veterans to protect natural resources and strengthen communities. No goods or services will be provided in exchange for this donation.