Beds are prepared by sprinkling them with feather meal that provides the soil nitrogen.
Jada inserts the onions – four inches apart, one inch deep.
“The Carolina Campus Community Garden is a UNC-Chapel Hill project that makes use of volunteer support to provide UNC housekeepers with fresh, local, sustainably-grown produce for free.” Excerpt from http://uncgarden.web.unc.edu/
All are welcome to garden at the Carolina Campus Community Garden! Check their website to volunteer on a workday.
Candy onions are in place and ready to grow!
Volunteers are integral to the harvests of the Carolina Campus Community Garden.
Team Compost chops away!
“Soon after starting the food distributions, it became apparent that half of the recipients were refugees from Burma. With these individuals in mind, Lorch started shifting the crops in the garden’s seasonal rotation, adding familiar Asian staples like yardlong beans, kohlrabi, lemongrass, snow peas, and Thai peppers.” – Jenn Brookland speaking to Carolina Passport Magazine.