Monthly Archives: May 2012

Gauges

The un official rain gauge in central Brooklyn reads 2.27 inches between¬† 6:00 am & 7:00 pm today. While it has wrecked inconvenience on baseball infields and royal icing decorations, the¬†spinach & chard¬†greens are inhaling¬†this down pour¬†like hungry school kids.¬†Stop … Continue reading

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Saturday, Yeoman’s service

They came, they saw, they harvested;¬† they¬†prepped, they schlepped, they set up and cooked. And it was a good time. Joslyn made scrumptious sushi w/ roasted veg and garden greens.¬† Joseph & Michelle sauteed and served up hundreds of spring … Continue reading

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BFC

The Brooklyn Food Conference¬†is happening this Saturday and with 5000 people expected, there will be loads of opportunities to link up with people who are involved in urban gardens, cooking, food justice, sustainablity, composting¬†politics and so much more. it’s at … Continue reading

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May Spritz

The light intermittent rain this past week has stimulated the lettuce, turnips, radish, cilantro, kale, turnips,¬†chard, collards, volunteer shiso, and turnips. Also stimulated a number of students to get into the damp garden during that mid day break yesterday. Their … Continue reading

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