Season 2 Wraps-up

Our second season at the Ohana Kuleana Community Garden was a success!


We shared our triumphs, frustrations, joys, and dreams at the End of Season potluck.


Here are some highlights:

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Home Depot Helps Out

The joys and benefits of gardening, from fresh veggies to therapeutic effects to a stronger sense of community, can touch everyone. At the Ohana Kuleana Community Garden we want to make sure everyone has the opportunity to discover and explore those joys and benefits.


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Congratulations to Zia Drawing Winner Matt Bong!

Congratulation Matt Bong, the winner of the drawing for a Garden Project hat and $25 Zia Gift Card!


Thanks to everyone who came out to support The Garden Project last week by eating at Zia Taqueria!

And of course, a huge thanks to Zia whose commitment to our local food system and community is best celebrated with a Zia burrito in hand!

Thanks for helping us grow a healthier community!

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Fermentation Fun!

We live in a culture that fears bacteria.

But what we are learning is that bacteria are our friends and allies! They are all around us and intricately and intimately involved in our lives. And when it comes to food they offer us good health and good taste.


Rachel Turiel continued are edible education with another preserving class: The Art of Fermentation

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Garlic Planting

This year we planted our very own Ohana Kuleana Community Garden garlic seed...the same garlic we harvested mid-summer this year!


Last year we got our seed garlic from Homegrown Farm, they have been saving and planting there own garlic for years (Didn't grow your own? You can buy garlic from Homegrown at the Durango Farmers Market). It was very good seed garlic, we got HUGE cloves.

This planting is very special because we have now seen this garlic through a whole life cycle!

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We canned 400 lbs of tomatoes!


Thanks to all the great volunteers and Manna staff who made it possible!


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Inaugural Pies in the Garden - 2014

Pies in the Garden, our open house and pie contest, was a huge success!


We welcomed over 80 community members into the Ohana Kuleana Community Garden to celebrate our second season and the community who made it possible.

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Too Many Tomatoes?

Attention Farmers!

Please donate your extra tomatoes, onions and garlic to the Manna Soup Kitchen's Canning Extravaganza from now through September 24th. We'll be canning marinara sauce to last Manna through the winter months!

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Tour de Farms 2014

The 2014 Tour de Farms hosted by Growing Partners of Southwest Colorado was another great success! We rode bikes to area backyard gardens and farms on August 23rd for a inside look at the local food system.

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Education Pavilion

Notice anything different?


The Education Pavilion is complete!

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