The winter cold, wind and rain did a little damage to our garden, like freeze damage to our sweet potatoes and some spotty flooding around parts of our walkways. We are so ready for spring and grateful for the help students from Jesse Bethel provided. They spent their Saturday morning helping us pull weeds, add mulch to our walkways, clean our aquaponic system and overall general cleanup. Thank you to the National Honor Club at Jesse Bethel!
|Harvesting worm castings|
|Cleaning the rocks for our aquaponic system|
|Taking a break from moving mulch|
|Adding fresh mulch to the walkways|
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