EVCG Gardeners

Birch
I refer to our neighbourhood garden experiment as Dirt Church. We circle up at the beginning of our weekly two hours together to connect. We mindfully ground to the moment, the soil and the season prior to orienting ourselves to the tasks ahead. We then get down on our knees and get dirty together.  
Mark
Living daily on an island that supports a diverse community, that is in touch with Nature, and actively discusses what is staring us in the face, all allows for great conversations around what might or could bee next. Mostly, it begins with, “How’s your Garden grow?”
Karen
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Mole
As exciting as all the magic happening in the ground is, the best part for me is getting the produce back in the kitchen right after harvest. The freshness, crispness and goodness of just picked can’t be beet.  And all organic.  The very best part is  knowing that the food we produce is free from exploitation and transportation.  We do what we can.