by Amanda Alice
“Take Good Care of the Earth Because it is Our Home”
So far, in the spring, we’ve planted tomatoes, basil, snow peas, snap peas, leeks, beets, cabbage and broccoli. Thanks to past years work, we’ve already been able to harvest several things. We’ve even made delicious strawberry-rhubarb pie, and I hear more is on the way! Look for our table in front of the Sanctuary on Sunday mornings.
We need help clearing black berries, prepping the flower bed, mulching the pathways, and readying the garden for Summer children’s programs in the garden.
To learn more about the P-Patch, check out our past article in the March 2018 Beacon.
You can usually find us in the garden Saturday or Sunday afternoons, from 1-5pm.
Contact me, Amanda, to get involved! [email protected]