Sunday, February 26, 2012

Recent snapshots

We've been enjoying this beautiful weather at our weekly volunteer workdays! 

Big thanks to Tom Rutherford, Construction Coordinator at UT PMCS, community garden member, and longtime gardener for sharing his knowledge at our Gardening Basics class last Saturday! 

We have supplies ready to go to begin building a spiral herb garden! And our community-maintained garden space is in full bloom! 

Tuesday, February 14, 2012


We've been having a vibrant season at the garden! The garden has been full of broccoli, kale, cabbage, mustard greens, radishes, turnips, beets, swiss chard, peas, lettuces, and herbs. (Which, by the way, as a volunteer you can take some home as a reward!) Our compost piles are doing great and a number of new projects are underway. 

Springtime? Our fig tree says so.  


As always, we encourage anyone to propose and pursue a project that would benefit the garden! This can be anything, from engineering, to art, to structure, to media, to communications. The garden is a unique place on campus, in that the space is entirely created and evolved by its users. 
We are happy to hear ideas! Email us at and/or stop by at one of our workdays (listed on the right) to start the conversation.