This ecological and community art project designed by Beverly Naidus features a "food forest" of perennial herbs, berries & veggies to feed the community, as well as demonstration of soil remediation via plants and mushrooms. In the center of the garden is a story hive that houses the stories of farmers and gardeners on the island who responded to the question: why do you plant seeds in a time of ecological crisis?
Thursday, May 19, 2011
More Photos of the week
Here you can see more shots of the completion of the brush drain with the help of the Evergreen students and others. Also you can see the delivery of topsoil, a generous donation from Lewis Roggenbuck.