Week of September 14th
There has been a lot of productivity in continuing to build our garden to success. A used car port, which has been turned into a greenhouse, will soon be completed as we have just started gathering scrap pieces of wood to build a wall of the windy side of this soon to be thriving green house.
The best way to celebrate a green house and growth is planting seeds of deliciousness. As we are approaching colder months, hardier greens, peas and winter squash will thrive with
San Francisco’s thick fog and colder temperatures.
Week of September 21st
brainstorming and creating a beautiful logo for the Garden Club!
As a tangible logo came to be, we were simultaneously gathering more bounty o' tomatoes, providing our garden with extra water from the heat we have been experiencing as well as planting seeds for the coming months.
The Club Fair was a wonderful success!
With our beautiful logo that shared the beauty of the garden, we also provided fellow Gateway Students with a wonderful display of flowers and our huge(!) squash, tomatoes to munch on, a fast filling sign up sheet and a station where one could plant and take home their very own succulent.
With 20+ students signing up to volunteer their time in participating in the garden, I hope we will see a lot of growth in smiles and fruition in permaculture-based infrastructure!