Transcript from video:
Courtney Brooke: Good morning. I wanted to show you something really exciting in my garden.
This is my artichoke patch. I got several artichokes here some different kinds that I’m experimenting with.
I planted them just last year so they’re about a year old. I love...
Hi all! This is Dr Monique Mazza from our home in Earthaven Ecovillage and I’m inviting you today to talk about our raised beds. These are three or four raised beds that we have here.
Why do we have raised beds instead of planting right in the ground?
Well there’s several benefits. For...
Courtney Brooke: It’s a beautiful Wednesday morning garden session over here at the Gateway neighborhood. That’s some little garden gnome over here…
Good morning yarrow! Good morning snapdragons! Good morning oregano!
Sam: Wow! Like a little special plant kind of in the mix you know what...
Chioke, Amakiasu, & Ayo in Forest Garden Neighborhood
On her next-to-last day at Earthaven, our Forest Children’s Collective tutor Amakiasu (center), and her kids Chioke, 17 (left) and Ayo, 13 (right), sheet-mulched the slope between Greg’s homesite and our place with cardboard and...
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