In 2009, a group of Planners working for Provo City decided to transform the underutilized planting beds on the south side of the city campus into a flourishing urban garden. The garden is now in its sixth year. Volunteering their time, the planners have able to grow and donate over 2000 lbs of fresh produce to a local food bank.
Monday, July 26, 2010
20 Lb Day
After a long weekend, we all returned to work and made a quick visit to the garden to find that a good amount of produce was waiting to be picked. Green beans were everywhere, as were peppers, eggplant, and squash. We later cut a few broccoli heads as well, to total 20 pounds of produce for 1 day. The photos includes green beans, black beauty eggplant, ichiban eggplant, zucchini squash, and sweet banana peppers.