Monthly Archives: February 2016

Always more sticks

One of our ongoing projects at UGArden is cleaning up all the large sticks (and fallen trees) from the amphitheater area so we can make it a usable space again. Right now it’s a task akin to weeding in that … Continue reading

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Pre-weeding feels.  

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El Jefe

When he’s not practicing his Spanish, he’s innovating mushroom-growing techniques.

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Resident Quality Control Officer

Making sure this new greenhouse is standing straight and sturdy.

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Logging Hours at UGArden

Q: How do you clean grass off a mower? A: Trowel and error. Q: How long does it take to harvest shitake mushrooms? A: Doesn’t matter, so long as you log your time. 

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When people think you doing complicated mechanical things.. but you’re really just picking grass clumps off the mower. #justhortthings

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Gearing up for warmer weather

Last week we moved cucumber and tomato transplants into larger pots and also hung up trellis systems that will allow them to grow larger. We also dug up some hybrid raspberry seedlings that developed off of already established plants. It … Continue reading

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