We have been so busy trying to get the Albina site ready for this new spring season, this will be our first season on this property and hope it will be a good one? We already have onions, blueberries, fava beans, and strawberries planted and have the herbs in the cold frame, so they will be ready soon. We will have a video coming out this summer on grafting tomatoes, we will be doing this video with Lettuce Grow Garden Foundation, so stay tuned for that! Here is some new pics of the Albina site, enjoy and remember to let us know if we can help with planting and soil advice!
Today we went to the Hicks garden site and planted 300 assorted onions and a berm of 25 strawberries, we still have so much more to plant at this one of a kind garden site donated by Sue Hicks. We hope to get a couple of the plots planted this season with good food that will be shared by so many! We are also looking into growing a crop that we could sell or could be had fore a minimum donation to help us with costs. We will keep you all updated on what crops we will have in abundance and welcome any suggestions?
Cheers and God Bless
Cheers and God Bless all of you!
Really excited to finally get our onion sets in the ground at the Albina site! We are hoping for a good turn out, hotdogs and a good time! Come one, Come all and have a great time being a community,When we act together for a common cause, we can feed people high quality food!
Cheers and god Bless to you all
Here are some pictures, before and after pruning one of the trees today. The orchard is in need of attention, and we hope that once we are finished that the crop will be a good one? We hope to continue to nurse these apple trees back into shape so we can all enjoy it’s fruit. I am going to apply on our behalf, and see if we can dry farm a section of this land until it gets turned into a soccer field? Who know the city could always change their mind?