We never tire of making things better here at Kezar Gardens.  No matter how dire our situation may seem, we always find a way to grow and build stronger bonds with the communities we serve.  One of our recent collaborations has been with the activist group, The Space TranSFormers, who have begun garden improvement work on Wednesdays.  Last week they built a rain catchment system (just in time 😉 and this week work began on a new (recycled) greenhouse.

The community gardeners have also made changes.  Two garden plots were approved for community food growth.  Plot 11 and Plot 4 have had their soil reconditioned last week.  Plot 11 has also been planted with Swiss Chard, Carrots, Cucumbers, Brussels Sprouts, Cauliflower and Scallions.  Stop by and check on the growth in coming weeks as the seeds mature into starts!

Today’s video shows the new communal food bed and beginning work on the greenhouse to come.  Enjoy!

October 21 is our next Garden Workday from 1-4pm.  We need volunteers to help replant the vertical garden areas as well as the hanging gardens.  Bring your work gloves and dig-in next Sunday.

Stay tuned for info on our next special event on HALLOWEEN!