|These greens are almost ready for harvest!|
Spring Cover Cropping
|The Garden Club at Lakeshore preps the soil for a spring cover crop|
Digging, Weeding, Planting, Weeding some moreApril and May has been a tough battle against the ever pervasive and invasive quack grass. We've pulled out about two yards of this garden foe and with diligent weeding and proper cover cropping we should have a much easier time next season.
|Working in mushroom compost and building beds|
|Garden Club plants head lettuce|
Building a Compost from Shipping PalletsGarden Club is at it again! With the shipping pallets the school has saved for us and other found materials we've built an amazing compost bin! The school cafeteria is working with us and saving us their kitchen scraps!
|Taking apart shipping pallets|
Hot Crops Plasticulture
The plants are not the only things in need of pruning...
Melissa, a cosmology student at Lakeshore, gives me a cut as part of her final project. Thanks for the great cut!
Lots of work coming up and help is needed! If you'd like to volunteer at Lakeshore Collegiate Garden, contact Aga at firstname.lastname@example.org.