07.24.2010 Native Garden Update
A lot of changes have been made in the native garden. We will look back at the native garden before it was conceived, the Seeds of Change transformation and its current state.
Garden Day - March 20, 2009
The first two images show the space before the transformation. The area was covered with invasive plants and it was an eyesore on campus.
With the help of Marcos from Tree People, Seeds of Change restored the area to its previous natural state with drought-tolerant California Native Plants. Wood mulch was laid down to reduce competition from invasive plants and reduce erosion.
Group shot after a day’s work:
Today - July 24, 2010
The native garden has been transformed in the last year and it is thriving. The Hummingbird Sage is blooming, the California Buckwheat has gone dormant and the California Wild Grape is vigorous.
It is amazing to watch the native garden change from season to season. It is never static and there is always something new to see. Summer is coming to a close and Fall is just around the corner.
07.15.2010 Garden Day - Summer 2010
The permaculture garden in the quad needs to have the artichokes cut to the ground (they will come back), pull some weeds (Cynodon dactylon), and transplant a Ficus carica. Also, we need to pull some grass up (possibly Cortaderia selloana) in the vegetable garden.
Where: PCC Quad
When: Starts at 11:00 am on Friday, July 16, 2010
07.04.2010 Our New Website
I like to welcome you to our new central hub.
I also like to welcome you to our club officers: Jason Carman, President; Alex Heyn, vice president; Cristina Cruz, Secretary; Nolan Pack, ICC Representative and Interim Treasurer.