Our five compost bins are now full and the two older piles are ready. Thanks to three weekly pick-ups at Body, Dulce and Ohori's, we've been able to make a LOT of compost (thank you Giselle, Michele, Tia, and now Mishra, for taking care of the pick-ups!)
In order to accommodate more compost volume, we NOW need to empty the first two piles and create beds with the new soil.
We are backed up with coffee ground and need to make room for it...
Please come on Wednesday 1:00-4:00pm to give us a hand. We'll be digging new beds to create our perennial garden behind the swing.
John and Sobia getting ready to hand water the beds (hoses are frozen!).
Sobia Sayeda came to us a couple months ago to inquire about our community garden. An architect and mother of a two year-old, she was inspired to start a similar project in Pojoaque. She's now launched her own blog and looks forward to collaborating with us on plants starts, building a greenhouse and sharing teachers.
John hand-watering the plants in the hoop houses
Giselle, staining the wood on the arroyo fence
Coleman and Amelie building the arroyo fence
Poki, with his new pants, new hat and new cordless drill..
NEXT GARDEN PARTY
Wed. Jan 111:00-4:00PM