What an awesome turnout! Thank you to everyone that came out to help clean up the garden and shelter area! We were able to clean out the shelter area and pulled tons of weeds that needed oust from out flowerbeds! Pat Lace and Stacy were searching for monarch caterpillars in hoping to save them! It is discovered that between the two of them they were able to find over 20 caterpillars throughout the milkweed! Alyseia has taken on the choir of caring for six caterpillars! You go girl! Thanks again to everyone that has helped out on Saturday! We would love to see everyone on Tuesday for a night in the garden and a beautiful time learning the songs for the choir!
Yeah! The garden was able to start on an avenue of getting cleaned up for our Harvest Celebration! We began to weed throughout the garden and pick up the unusual items that were left around the garden site. It was fascinating to meet the new interns and hear how excited they are to be working with us this season!
I am especially excited to see new people coming to visit the garden!
THERE HAS BEEN A CALL FOR EVERYONE THAT CAN TO COME OUT AND HELP US CLEAN ON SATURDAY! LUNCH WILL BE PROVIDED!
First and foremost a moment of silence for the rememberance of 9.11……………………………………………………………………………………………………….At the garden this evening we were able to have choir practice, we have started the song blue moon. This event is going to be awesome, so come and check out the garden on September 29th from 2-10PM. We have fun events planned and awesome bands attending the event. Anyways we worked with in the garden today and was able to harvest some vegetables and was able to have a great time during our choir practice!
See everyone on Thursday!
Oh a reminder that the Frank Kros will be visiting Allegheny college and haveing a seminar on “Managing your Mind”. We will hear more about it after
Greeting Garden Families,
What a rainy day to is going to be! The Garden Governing Group meeting is still on at the garden, but unfortunately the weather has rained on us again! Garden time has been cancelled for today!
See everyone on Tuesday!
Wow! This week has been really wet! Sorry garden families and friends we are cancelling again tonight!
We will try for Saturday!
Why did it have to rain? Well garden goers, garden time has been cancelled for this evening due to the storms in the area and heavy rains!
See everyone on Thursday!
Today, Terry Lobdell, or “The Bat Man” came to visit us and spoke to a group of us about how useful bats are for agricultural areas. We learned interesting facts about bat houses and that our area has eight to nine different bats. It was interesting to see that we have two bats living in the bat house on the shelter! Yes they are working! Terry also showed us a variety of bat houses. It was interesting to learn neat details about the bats that fly and keep our insects and mosquitoes to a tolerance! thank you Terry for coming out!