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, August 15, 2011
It was a record day for tomatoes (59.5 lbs) with 78lbs of food being donated overall. The squash and cucumbers are done producing and we probably won't get many more. Fortunately, potatoes and tomatoes are coming on strong.