Building a double-dug teaching herb garden.

Final Report for FNE00-324

Project Type: Farmer
Funds awarded in 2000: $2,000.00
Projected End Date: 12/31/2000
Matching Non-Federal Funds: $2,000.00
Region: Northeast
State: New York
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Note to readers, attached is complete final report for FNE00-324.

I visualize and plan activities in the garden. I see it as a giant game board of sorts, a springboard, a physicality of the relationships herbs have with us and other herbs. I see myself and others walking the pathways between these relationships, dancing it, drawing it, creating an endless string of opportunities. I see each bed as a starting point that moves us to the wild plants and then as a place to return to assess what has been learned and experienced. Like all gardens, this garden has taken on a life of its own, comprised of the unique community of living organisms and spirits growing there, both plants and humans.


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