In my neighborhood, at my shul Temple Beth Israel in Waltham, a 70-year-old native Dogwood tree anchors the front lawn. Every autumn, it bears loads of red ripe berries to offer. A dozen species of birds reply to this offering and then, in payment, deposit the tree seeds from their last meal. Hundreds of baby trees germinate each year, but the rabbit eats most and the landscapers would eliminate the leftovers.
We have these seeds available to members of the Jewish Volunteer Gardening Brigade. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re interested in any of them. From our community members: “I have seeds of two heirloom lettuce varieties: red oakleaf and black-seeded simpson, if anyone wants them.” From Louise Q. “I have some amazing Candy Roaster winter squash […]
It will be a family friendly afternoon of learning and doing. Activities include: Workshops, kitchen activities, garden tours, local environmental resources, tasty treats, legislative actions, interactive activity fair (Shuk). Workshops include: Sustainable Congregational Kitchens: How can we set up our kitchen for less environmental impact? Move our Money, Protect our Planet How to use the […]