Thanks to Maureen for sharing information at Wednesday night's meeting about The Brooklyn Botanic Garden's 32nd Annual Making Brooklyn Bloom conference on Saturday March 9. It's a full day of workshops, lectures, and a chance to meet other Brooklyn gardeners. Sample workshops include Making Seed Bombs and Soil Fertility and Nutrition. Check out the full schedule at: http://www.bbg.org/visit/event/mbb_2013#/tabs-1
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- 6/15 Green Blog
- Brooklyn, NY
- Welcome to the 6/15 Green community garden blog. This is a place where our community can share stories, poems, photos, memories, recipies, and all other experiences of the garden. For information on 6/15 Green, please see the official website. To share information on the garden or communicate with members, please use the member Google Group.
Tuesday, February 26, 2013
Since it's cold outside and we can't really work in the garden, why not spend some time reading a great book. I highly recommend New York City Farmer & Feast: Harvesting Local Bounty by Emily Brooks (published by Globe Pequot Press, 2012). This book explores some of the amazing, clever and breakthrough ways that people are gardening throughout the city and there is an entire section on Brooklyn. It features fascinating places like the Eagle Street Rooftop Garden and the Bed-Stuy Brooklyn Rescue Mission that provides a food educational program and cooking classes for the community. I also learned that there is a fish farm at Brooklyn College. The book is a great read and there are stunning photos throughout. Plus, there are recipes! Check it out . . .