New Roots Garden initiative — seeking to help refugees in the region around UMBC to establish a community garden on campus.
Teaching, learning and developing a perennial polyculture food forest at UMBC, with some collaboration with the Baltimore Orchard Project
Dom, he’s a pretty funghi. Seriously, he can tell you all you need to know about the important role that funghi play in ecosystems and how that relates to food production.
Andres providing tender loving care to the microgreens as a part of the True Greens project.
True Greens’ first harvest! Three pounds of cabbage and mustard microgreens :), and below, taste testing of True Greens at Wild Greens in The Commons.
Working on bringing the Village Farmers Market to West Baltimore (opening June 6th, running Saturdays, 8 am to 12 noon, http://www.vfmarket.net and on Facebook)
Working to bring a recovered food CSA to UMBC through Hungry Harvest, LLC. http://www.hungryharvest.net/