As we wind down through the winter planting season we like to take time to reflect on all that has been accomplished this year and remember all the people that came through to see the garden, work, cook, and help host an event.
There were 40 Garden workdays this year mainly running through fall and spring. We hope to catch the summer season with some heartier heat loving plants as we push the limits of low, or no irrigation areas.
We had a handfull of group garden tours, including Martinez St. Womens Center, Colleges and Universities and other schools.
We hosted 12 workshops throughout the fall and spring seasons, including garden bed construction, cooking demos, medicinal herbs, gardening basics, ROC gardening techniques, backyard chickens, mycology, seed bombs, soil building, planting, community discussions and planning, and so much more!
We expanded our annual planting area by 800 sqft which included traditional irrigation lines and rows. We started the rows by buring raw kitche...