What a wonderful afternoon we had in the OAT gardens. It was fabulous to be working outside after such rotten winter weather. We cut things back, weeded, and applied pine straw. The Dye Garden is complete, the Scent and Children’s Gardens are done except for pine straw, and we got 2 trees planted in Judy’s garden.
We would like to have another workday, Saturday 3 Feb at 1 pm. We will finish weeding, trimming, and strawing the gardens, plant trees and azaleas, and trim the scuppernong vines.
Many thanks to Kayren, Patrick, and Carolyn for their help today. Teamwork makes the dreamwork…J
At the Tuesday evening meeting Jane McCarthy and Ann Hamill conducted the induction ceremony for new officers of Old Alabama Town Herb Society for 2016-2017, using the language of plants for each officer’s purpose. Those present were President Duane “Duck” Mara, Secretary Christine Robinson, and Treasurer Maxine Taylor. After the induction, Jane McCarthy gave a demonstration of propagating plants and a walking tour of the OATHS herb gardens.
Healthy Farms, Healthy Food, Healthy Communities!
ASAN’s mission is to support conservation practices, families who grow and consume natural food and fiber, and the communities where they live.
The Alabama Sustainable Agriculture Network (ASAN) is a grassroots network of farmers, consumers, and agriculture-related organizations, all committed to promoting sustainable agriculture in Alabama. We define “Sustainable Agriculture” as farming that supports families and communities while conserving natural resources.