Jennifer’s Garden


Located in the backyard of the house, “Jennifer’s Garden” is a space dedicated to the memory of Jennifer Huston, a Dundee mother who took her life in July of 2014. The garden was created in a collaborative effort by the members of Hillside Fellowship and Jennifer’s parents, Bill and Debbie Turner, as an open area for community members and residents of the Inn to find rest. Central to the space is a pergola designed and constructed by Bill Turner, which features a plaque in memory of his daughter’s life. Community members are welcome to visit the garden, which features benches made in the Inn’s wood shop, and hand-printed stones from Jennifer’s family members.

Click here to read more about Jennifer's Garden on Oregon Live.

 


 

The Vegetable Garden & Produce Stand


Also located on the Inn’s property is a raised-bed vegetable garden, with an abundance of summer produce that is available to the larger community. A produce stand - also created by Bill Turner - rests on the corner of Main and North streets, often overflowing with fruit and vegetables which are free for the taking. Produce is also frequently donated by neighbors and friends of the Inn, supplementing the surplus of the house's garden. Feel free to stop by and look through our produce, and don’t hesitate to wander through the garden and collect directly from the raised beds and herb garden.