6/15 Green had a great showing at this march! Thanks to all the members who showed that people can make a difference--especially when they work together. And thanks to Elvira for these great photos! The banner really looks amazing.
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About the 6/15 Green Blog
- 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.
Friday, September 19, 2014
Thursday, September 18, 2014
Come join other members of the garden community to go on the People's Climate March in NYC--which is part of the global weekend of action, where communities around the world are demanding action to "create a world with an economy that works for people and the planet."
The date is this Sunday, Sept. 21. Members are meeting in the garden at 9:15 and bringing noisemakers and drums. There will be a 5 foot banner that Peggy, Ramona, Elvira, and other members* made for the march. See photo above.
For more information, check out: http://peoplesclimate.org/march/
UPDATE: I've changed the time to 9:15 instead of 9:30--members will be leaving the garden at 9:30 so be sure to get there early!
* (other members--can you please send me your name)
Tuesday, September 16, 2014
I wrote several blogs about how much kale my garden is producing this summer. I can hardly cut it fast enough. But that's okay because I'm loving having a kale salad almost every night with dinner. Like this one with apples and goat cheese--yum! And I'll have plenty to freeze for the winter. All from a $2.50 pack of seeds.
Thursday, September 11, 2014
Monday, September 8, 2014
I love this time of year in the garden when things seem to be bursting with growth and life and we see so many vegetables ready to harvest. But then we see plants like this one below that remind us that the season will turn soon and that an important part of the cycle of nature is for plants to create seeds and die. The contrast against the backdrop of green is just stunning to me.