Our Mission:

Our Mission: To enable individuals and communities to take an active part in the cultivation of systems that provide the highest quality fruits, vegetables, herbs and other yields, in a way that benefits themselves, cares for the land and environment, and provides a surplus to use, share and reinvest into the system.

Saturday, November 3, 2018

Healing Garden Update


It's hard to believe that only a year ago today we broke ground on the Primary Healthcare Eastside Clinic Healing Garden.

Before



Grading begins

Various reclaimed materials were used for ecological and budgetary considerations, as well as the inherent beneficial qualities they offered.
Piles of leaves, arborist wood chips and logs


A lot has changed on the site, with a lot more planned as well. The water catchment and runoff management has been built
In progress, with lots of rain
and many of the young fruit trees and supporting plants are in.

 The walking paths are mulched for now and ready to use, with more permanent surfacing planned for the future.
Bridge over the lower swale spillway

Walking path's lower loop



The raised beds (with log cores) for annual crops have been built and a modest fall planting was done. Also, various squash and melon vines took advantage of the sunny space in the young mixed orchard this summer.


Volunteers came out to put in hundreds of native prairie plants donated through People for Pollinators at Neal Smith National Wildlife Refuge.


To learn more about the garden project and wellness center, plus more pictures, visit



Now is the perfect time to get a design started for your project.  
Be ready to go next Spring!

Thanks for reading, and have a great week!

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