THE GARDEN STORY

Here at Retail Construction Services, Inc., we are dedicated to giving back.

Give back not only to those in need within our community, but also the future generations of this wonderful community. What started out as a great idea has grown exponentially and has become an amazing reality. Here at the RCS Giving Garden, school groups, master gardeners, corporate volunteers, and our own employees work together for the common good of teaching children the art of gardening and the importance of healthy eating.
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LOCATION:

Retail Construction Services, Inc.

11343 39th Street N.

Lake Elmo, MN 55042


From HWY 36 - go south on Lake Elmo Ave, turn left onto 39th Street, garden is at corner of 39th and Laverne.


From HWY 5- going west from Stillwater take right onto Laverne (near Fury dealership) garden is on the right at corner of Laverne and 39th street.


The RCS Giving Garden

The RCS Giving Garden

7/7/15

RCS Teaching Giving Garden Celebrates 15,000 Pounds!


Kathy Luoma holding up a 1 and 5 to
signify our reaching 15,000 pounds!
Elise Luoma

Tuesday, July 7th, the RCS Teaching Giving Garden reached a huge milestone - we have donated over 15,000 pounds of fresh produce to Valley Outreach Food Shelf since starting this garden in June of 2009.  To be exact, 15,040.64 pounds!  AMAZING!

Since that time, our gardens roots have taken off in many different directions and pulled in not only our business partners, but new relationships that continue to grow.

Our giving garden reveals the abilities of this company, its people, our partners and volunteers.  It also shows how complicated life and business can be; always in transition and constantly changing.

As we work together  to create the right conditions in the soil, the heart of a company and a community; growth will follow and the harvest will be plentiful.  It’s not only the fruition of its produce to share, much more than 15,000 pounds.  It about a community and a company coming together, one seed at a time.