Saturday, October 19, 2013
Welcome, indeed! There is a new neighbor in town and I am excited about what they are doing. I have been spying on their work from the sidewalk through the spring and summer as we frequently pass by it on our dog walks. When I saw that The Tiny Diner Farm was having an open house/festival, I knew this was a great opportunity to see the farm from the other side of the fence.
I don't think I have yet to understand the full scope of what they are planning to do with the space (and from what I gathered, they aren't sure yet either) but what they have done so far is converted the double lot into an amazing urban garden that supplies local restaurants and a weekly farm stand on site.
The winding, burlap sack lined path is totally inviting and makes efficient use of the planting space.
The variety of produce, both fruits and vegetables, being grown is amazing.
I am definitely going to be keeping this farm's efforts and offerings on my radar. The word is that they will be offering skill sharing workshops in the future, which I would totally be into!
Posted by Trinity at 7:00 AM