Liberty Church returned this year to help us prepare garden beds for spring and summer! This dynamic group of youth and adults worked hard to prep the 4-H garden club space as well as build out the right side of the field to be prepped for fall this year. Thanks so much, Liberty Church, for your encouragement, your child-like faith, and commitment to working with Garden on Marais.
Tuesday, April 28, 2015
This krewe from University of Central Florida knows how to turn anything into fun! They worked diligently with us on the garden preparing vegetable beds and filling in low spots on site, despite the grey skies and air thick with water. During the rainy days they worked inside our warehouse building to organize and prepare the space for summer use. A big thanks goes to this joyful bunch! We hope to see you again next year.
Greetings ya'll! The spring has been very rainy thus far, but our veggies have outlasted the torrential pours. Below you will see a cucumber plant, radish tops and squash blossoms. Can't wait to crunch on some of
these fresh veggies!
Stay tuned for updates from the garden. We are looking forward to a delicious summer!
Saturday, August 9, 2014
The possibilities are endless with our new deck at Garden on Marais! There's been talk of cajun zydeco dance lessons, outdoor theater productions, cooking demos from garden to grill, as well as functioning as a shade structure so folks can take a break from the intense heat while working on Marais.
We are in the dog days of summer, but this group of folks from Santa Rosa, CA endured the sun and heat to finish our beautiful deck! A big thanks to Doug Webb and his hard working crew!
Above: A before photo @ the entrance to the garden
Below: Doug and his team finishing up the deck
Monday, June 16, 2014
Monday, May 19, 2014
We've been busy on Marais! Below you will see that the hoop
house has been clothed with shade and our basil is producing!
Pictured above are a few little ladies adopting a bean
at our farmers market table. We have been tabling weekly
to promote our up and coming summer
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
We've been amending our garden beds on Marais! Below you'll see a picture of the 'Elan crew amending the existing soil with coffee chaff and compost. The chaff was donated to us by the folks at Dupuy Storage in the Marigny. It serves as a source of nitrogen as well as assists in loosening the texture of our heavy clay soil.
some of the 'Elan crew
Here is a garden helper, Paul, working with Teresa to transplant some of our summer tomatoes!