Thank you to everyone how voted and our special thanks to Dave Eames and the ladies of the Northeast Pre-Release Center's Horticulture Program for providing these amazing designs for the Blaine Avenue Community Garden.
In the coming months we will implement this wonderful design. Check back for our schedule of work days so you can be a part of the transformation!!!
Souper Saturday: Fun in the Sun and Made in the Shade! The Liveliness of the Forest Edge. April 14, 2012
City Rising Farm, our Blaine Avenue Community Gardeners, and our Hough Librarycommunity partners are presentingSouper Saturdays, aseries ofhands on workshopsfor youth and adults on the second Saturday of each month from January through June. Topics include but are not limited to agriculture, gardening, and community building and are free.
The workshops will take place at the Hough Branch of the Cleveland Public Library located at 1566 Crawford Rd., Cleveland, OH 44106.
The schedule is as follows.
10:00 am - 12:00 pm Youth session Sun and Shade at the Forest's Edge! Instructors - Josh Koppen and Lara Roketenetz Environmental Educators
12:00 - 1:00 pm Lunch Soup, bread, salad provided by City Rising Farm and the Blaine Avenue Community Gardeners
1:00 - 3:00 pm Adult session Productivity Through Diversity Drawings and discussion of productivity through diversity of micro-climates. Followed by site visit to either Vel's Purple Oasis Garden or Blaine Ave. Permaculture Garden.
Instructors - Josh Koppen and Lara Roketenetz Environmental Educators
Please RSVP to email@example.com or 216-376-3640 so that we can be sure that we have enough supplies for all who would like to attend.
Our incredible team of gardeners, organizers and community partners put on another great day of fun... this time on the subject of herbs. The dynamic duo of Josh Koppen and Lara Roketenetz engaged us all in creating decoupage planters to put our mini herb gardens they showed us how to plant in. We then made sachets with dried lavender flowers. Hmmm, hmmm what a wonderful fragrance that was!
Lunch was chock full of herbs. We had bread, herb butter, herb cheese, lavendar cookies, roasted potates with rosemary, tomato basil soup, lentil sprouts and salad. We also had chamomile and berry iced teas. We were full as little bunnies in the lettuce patch when we left.
As always we captured the fun for those of you who were unable to make it. Please feel free to check it all out at the link below.