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Just before the holidays, the Centennial School kindergarten students were keen to help transplant some tender veggie plants they had started from seed a few weeks earlier.
To make sure the plants were going to thrive during the Christmas break, our volunteer Isha spent a couple of hours with the children, helping them with the delicate job of transplanting tomatoes, cucumbers, basil and lettuce into the grow boxes. With a bit of adjustment to the light’s height and increasing the timer, we’re hoping the plants will grow nicely from seedling to mature plant in the next few months.
January 26 update: Check out the prolific growth of this indoor garden in the gallery below. The beans are touching the ceiling and the tiny tomatoes transplanted on Dec 20 are now large, healthy plants!
Nomad Espresso is back at this year's Harvest Reception. Purchase your tickets now!
Update #2! Remember to register for the Annual Harvest Reception HERE and save your spot!
Sustainable Food Edmonton's 2015 Annual Report now available.
Reclaim Urban Farm is looking for a passionate and hard working individual to join their team as a part time urban farm assistant. This position will include tasks such as harvesting (indoor and/or outdoors), prepping orders for their restaurant deliveries and farmers market, cleaning their indoor grow space and washing trays, and selling at the market.
Come and help shape the future of Edmonton's open space!