The squash are still producing, the cucumbers are very small.
Students interested in gardening at GOGA’s First Interest Meeting.
The beginning of our fall harvest is kicking off. Thanks to all the help from our new recruits, we were able to donate 34 lbs. of organic produce to the local food bank distribution center, Food For Others.
Fall Semester 2013 at GMU has begun. The GMU Organic Garden Association (GOGA) has hosted their first Interest meeting last week. Look at all of our new recruits. Many of these students came out to the garden the next day to help harvest. Thanks for all your help!
Every week, we pick this much okra, if not twice as much.
Sunlight pours over our wonderful harvest.
Sara and Doni picking herbs to donate to families in need.
We bag herbs separately for ease of pick up from the food bank.
Herbs all bagged up and loads of tomatoes! Yum!
We finally harvested our eggplants.
Corn lovers, first time gardeners.
See how green the garden is? Lovely…
Our volunteers did an impressive job at double-digging.
Our Moon and Stars watermelon looks like a face decorated with a marigold.
Our new volunteer taking home some wonderfully colorful veggies.
The yellow flesh of the heirloom Moon and Stars Watermelon.