We've been busy setting up our garden so that we can fuel our community dinners and tiny house get togethers.
Over the past few weeks we've made changes to our gardening plan that has really helped meet the needs of our community members. Instead of a large community garden plot that required tons of maintenance and delegating by Karin, our master garden Bashi, we've right-sized the usable space according to 'need', so that everyone has enough space to garden and grow what they are inspired to grow. Of course, we still have community space and will be sharing most of the bounty, but we've made a plan that works for all of us. One of the aspects of community I love is working together to manifest cool things, like lots of fruits and veggies!
Recent happenings in the garden:
Isha wants to grow an excess of tomatoes and cucumbers for pickling and canning in the far beds and Jake wants to try his hand growing yummy, but difficult to grow brussel sprouts in the foreground:
Lina wants tomato trees that grow tall in the big blue buckets. Lindsey also wants to grow a tomato plant or two in this general area.
Karin loves her squash and found a good home for them in this bed.
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