The name of our garden, Ohana Kuleana, comes from Hawaiian words that mean "Community Responsibility."
Part of that shared responsibility comes into play at our monthly workdays when we come together to work on big projects to improve the garden.
Many people were hard a work turning in the cover crop so that we can start planting the permaculture food forest at the workshop this Sunday, June 1st. (Haven't signed up? There are still a few spaces left!)
Other members took care of the garlic and got some soil ready to be planted as a perennial herb garden that we will all share!
We got the whole family involved...
There are many joys to community gardening, one is certainly that many hands make light work!