We did it!

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The garden is officially closed for the season.

Season 1 was a success! Thanks to the hard work of all our members we took all the bumps along the way and learned a ton from them. We are heading towards next season with optimism and a whole new (metaphorical) tool belt for community gardening!

Our final act together this season was our final workday last Saturday when we sheet mulched ALL of the beds!

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End-of-Season Potluck

What better way to wrap up the season than eating delicious food in good company!

Members, neighbors, prospective members, friends, and family brought home made dishes, many of which highlighted produce grown right in the Ohana Kuleana Community Garden!

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Potluck: You're invited!

Potluck Invitation 10.19.13

Remember when the garden looked like this...?

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Garlic Planting Workshop

Garlic Workshop w/ Marye Jackson

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As our garden begins to settle into the browns and yellows of fall there are still hints that we are already looking towards to the next cycle of growth and wonder.

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Cherry Trees in the Ground

Our workday last Saturday was exciting! Thanks to a donation from Botanical Concepts Garden Center we were able to get started on our permaculture food forest berm!

We put in two Bing cherry trees, a grape vine, 2 raspberries, a service berry, and 2 butterfly bushes. These plants will start to get established this fall.

The members did a great job planting the trees. It took hard work and lots of care.

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Planting Container-Grown Trees

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Hail and Frost

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The Garden got hit hard this past week with a big hail storm and then the first frost! But that doesn't mean we're done! No Siree!

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Veggies Galore!

The garden is rockin' right now!

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Check out everything that's growing...

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Cover Crop Craze

The bees are happy collecting pollen off our recently flowered cover crop!

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Just to refresh your memory this is what our berm looked like when the cover crop had just popped up...

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Garden Harvest Cooking Class

Last Thursday Erin Jolley of Cooking Matters joined us in the garden to talk with us about completing that all important step, getting the fruits of our labor out of the garden and into our bellies!

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Tour de Farms 2013

This past Saturday 45+ bikers of all ages stopped by the community garden on the Tour de Farms.

Check out the article in The Herald and don't forget to look at the photo album which highlights all of the beautiful veggies the members have been growing!

Thanks to the wonderful members who come by to share our little slice of paradise with the bicyclists. And a big thank you to our friends at Growing Partners who organized this fun event!

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