Earth Day at Joshua Farm

In honor of Earth Day, I volunteered the youth in our sustainable agriculture training program to do a service project (ah, yes, nothing like mandatory service).  Green Urban Initiative, a separate Harrisburg nonprofit I volunteer with, is planning to start a community garden at 2405 Berryhill St.   Since the current surface there is a mix of gravel and asphalt, raised beds will be necessary, and I thought the guys would have fun getting comfortable with a circular saw while helping to cut the lumber for the raised beds.  I think we got 6 of the 20 pieces of plywood cut today, but with practice, they’ll zoom through the rest!

Robert and Cameron

Robert and Cameron learn the value of the old adage, "Measure once, cut twice; measure twice, cut once."


Joe. Is. Focused

open sky workshop

Working under the open sky

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One Response to Earth Day at Joshua Farm

  1. Genevieve Fitzgibbon says:

    What a great way to celebrate Earth Day!

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