Over the past few weeks, Shoresh's Kavanah Garden has been visited by many. Humans, mining bees, hawks, turkey vultures, an American Toad, a Leopard Frog, a Garder snake and many more species have come out to enjoy the beautiful garden. One of the many lessons we have learned over this time has been that it takes a community to plant and prepare a garden. People are the key actors in community gardens and we are so grateful for our ever growing team of volunteers who are helping to develop and grow the Kavanah Garden.
Jewish Environmental Educators Training
The humans have been particularly helpful.
Philosophizing about the connections between Judaism, agriculture and sustainability.
Shoresh staff, Kyla Landon filling up our new raised beds.
Yoga? Dance? Neither! The Jewish Environmental Educators are s
On Sunday May 30th, in honor of Lab Ba'Omer, 30 people came out and helped transform and prepare the garden for the 2011 growing season. Together we finished building 16 raised beds, planted Jerusalem artichokes, tomatoes, corn, sunflowers, radishes, nastursiums, lettuces in wheelchairs beds and made deer scares out of old CDS to keep deer from eating our gardens (sorry deer, we love you but we want to enjoy and share the fruits of our labor!).
Wheelchair accessible gardens are ready for planting lettuce and radishes!
Human-power pedaled mowing!