BSLA's Day of Olmsted - Saturday, April 30 →
A Seed Catalog Must-Read on Food, Farming and... →
Benefits of Therapeutic Gardening in the Globe →
Belmont Victory Gardens on Boston.com →
Thanks to All Who Came Out for Our First Community...
We had a tremendous turn-out for our first Community Participation Day of the Season today, especially considering the raw temperatures and the rain. Many, many thanks to our hardcore members (and some pretty hardcore wait-listers), the incredible gang from Simmons, and a great group from Northeastern, who all came out and slogged through the mud to prep the compost piles, clean out two...
Fenway Victory Gardeners: On Your Mark, Get Set...
…GO! Thanks to the City of Boston, the good folks at Parks & Rec, and the hard work and dedication of veteran Victory Gardeners Arthur Rose and Carmen Musto — the invaluable and ever-ready pipes brigade — our water is on and working like a charm! (And wouldn’t you know it — just in time for the rain…)
Livable Streets' Spring Member Meet & Greet →
Accessible Gardening in Boston (Part One) →
America's Founding Gardeners →
Help Save the Park Ranger Horses
PRESENTED BY THE FRIENDS OF THE BOSTON PARK RANGERS MOUNTED UNIT Wine and Hors d’oeuvre from 6-8pm Monday, April 25, 2011 a Bina Osteria. Tickets: $100 per ticket / $125 at the door. To RSVP Contact Ashley Helie at 617-522-2700 or email her at email@example.com.
Another Great Weekend in the Victory Gardens!
Things are buzzing along in the Fenway Victory Gardens! This weekend opened with a huge crew from the Emerald Necklace Conservancy cleaning up the park. They swept through, removing rubbish and fallen limbs from a long, hard winter. There were over sixty fearless volunteers assigned to the Victory Gardens, and we want to thank them and the ENC for all their help in maintaining our little gem...
New York Hawk Cam - Live from the Nest! →
Seed Savers Flash Catalog! →
Future farm: a sunless, rainless room indoors →
Saturday in the Gardens
Beautiful day, weatherwise, and buzzing with activity in the gardens. We had the fine young men and women from the Northeastern University student chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers back to work toward the completion of our ADA-compliant Accessible Garden. As always they did great work, and got a lot done before the Sox-Yankee game (which didn’t end so well, unfortunately)....