It is day 77 of having our community garden and it has truly surprised us. We feared that because we started so late in the growing season we would get little by this point in time. Though the soil wasn’t deeply tilled, fertilized and treated with layers of compost and many other nutrition it would fall flat, however it has grown well enough that we are enjoying its benefits daily!Continue reading
National Pollinator Week during June 15 through the 21st this year is a celebration of the valuable eco-system services provided by bees, butterflies, beetles, birds and beetles. It is initiated and managed by the Pollinator Partnership. During this time, light is shed on the importance of pollination and pollinators. In doing absolutely nothing one of our primary sources of food wouldn’t thrive! Pollination must occur to get another plant. It’s crucial to be informed and act upon the knowledge learned in what you can do to help our eco-system!