A colorful and bountiful harvest was gathered on Thursday afternoon during the workday! Orange, deep red and white carrots, purple potatoes, mint, parsley, green onion, leek, chiogga beets, and more!
Join us on the roof on Thursdays from 11-2 and during the month of May on Tuesdays too (11a-2pm)!
During the month of May we plan to do a lot of planting, paint educational signs, fix up the greenhouse and take care of our newly designed worm bin and recently installed bee hive. Come and say hi to the worms and observe the bees do their dance of pollination!!!
We need you to keep the garden growing. Volunteer workdays are an amazing way to contribute to this special project and learn and/or relearn skills under the vibrant umbrella of urban farming. Grow food, make friends, get dirty and celebrate the sweetness of spring!
Email email@example.com with questions, curiosities or ideas! We'd love to hear from you.
MAY 14th Workshop in Bioregionalism and connection to place facilitated by Planet Drum. If you are interested please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Saturday, April 30, 2011
Posted by Graze the Roof at 1:48 PM