Square Foot Garden Update: Cold Nights Hinder Greens Growth (Do I wait or go forward with summer?)

Share I am quickly learning that Square Foot Gardening project is proving quite a challenge when timing and replanting is everything.  As I previously described, the plot is 4’ by 4’ square, small indeed, but perfect […]

Three Sisters and Straw Bale Gardening with Children’s Workshop

Share The Children’s Workshop is a progressive public elementary school that neighbors the Campos Garden, and has used the garden as a place to bring its students and learn from time to time. After the […]

Pete Seeger Inspires Community Gardeners to “Stand for our Land” at Mayoral Forum

Share Gardening activists (and folk music lovers) gathered at Cooper Union’s Great Hall to hear from 2013 New York City Mayoral candidates about what they would do if elected to protect and support our city’s […]

Campos Garden Showing New Life and Spring Colors

Share Here’s a brief interlude of how things are shaping up in my new gardening home at Campos Community Garden. The garden has done a 180 from its condition after last fall’s destruction from Sandy, […]

TGIG: Thank GOD I’m Gardening…2013 Gardening Adventures Begin

Share Yee-haw! Just when I thought I’d be plot-less, stuck without a place to grow food for the first time in 9 years, I was saved at the bell and got the opportunity to join […]