In progress posters for our big garlic planting event. Feel free to use these for online posting and other things!
Hannah and Gillian prepping the field by wheel-hoeing the dirt. This helps overturn the soil and get it ready for planting!
FUTURE SOUP: Planting 17 varietals of garlic as an organic occupation of a farm field slated for development.
Students finishing the harvest and preparing the fields to plant garlic for FUTURE SOUP: Wednesday October 30th – work day and potluck feast at the GCUOF!
We are investing in the future, for healthy soup for now, healthy soup for next year, and healthy soup forever!!!
Volunteer hours next week: Monday 12-5, Tuesday 10-5, and Wednesday Oct. 30, 10-4 followed by gleaners’ soup, and potluck feast! Bring warm clothes to work in, and food to share! Donations for the CSA foodbank will also be gratefully accepted.
The farm team re-enacts the Raft of the Medusa by Gericault, on the platform /Multi-use room made possible by an anonymous donor.
- glean. gather the leftover tomatoes that were missed during the harvest. the ones on the ground are the dirtiest and the sweetest.
- wash. especially if sharing with others. many people despise dirt on their food. though it really causes no harm, so no need to be diligent.
- chop and mush ’em. cut the tomatoes, if desired. put them in a bowl and mush with a fork. or don’t. whichever you prefer.
- add in chopped onion and garlic, salt, lime juice, and honey. and maybe black pepper and cilantro, if you like that sort of thing. i don’t.
- mix. you can do this by hand, or if you like a less-chunkier salsa, pulse in a blender.
- more salt.