Monthly Archives: April 2017
Finally, after much ado, the recycled vegetable fuel project is almost complete. The photo below shows me siphoning some golden veggie oil from the huge storage container at the Georgia Center. They are kind enough to aid in this project, … Continue reading
During our final work week on the farm, I was bitten by some mysterious insect while weeding in the raspberries. My wrist swole up a fair amount, but after I applied some of UGArden’s Healing Salve, the swelling and pain … Continue reading
For the majority of the semester, my contribution towards harvesting, washing, weighing and bundling has focused on harvesting and washing. This past week I was able to help weigh and bundle some of our awesome produce, too! Seeing all of … Continue reading
Interns this summer are going to be so lucky to enjoy fresh blueberries. One of my favorite summer pastimes growing up.
Here’s a volunteer planting sage and lavender
Bundling produce for donations and market. It was fun doing this on last day of interning!
Not a fun task but it’s neccessary to maintain good crop yields and reduce pests/disease level.