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Early April. All that remains to show this was once a garden is the fence and compost bin. The lawn has taken over.Early April. All that remains to show this was once a garden is the fence and compost bin. The lawn has taken over.

 

Laying out the new beds.Laying out the new beds.

New beds are ready to start planting.New beds are ready to start planting.

Early June. The garden is growing very nicely.Early June.

August. Summer abundance in full swing.August abundance.

Mid-summer harvest.Mid-summer harvest.

October harvest.October harvest.

Raised beds made from Northeast Kingdom white cedar.Raised beds made from Northeast Kingdom white cedar.

Inside the compost bins

Compost bins.

Barn before addition of raised beds.Barn before addition of raised beds.

 

Barn with raised beds and summer vegetables.Barn with raised beds and summer vegetables.

New compost bins at the Winooski Community Gardens.New compost bins at the Winooski Community Gardens.

 

Winooski Community Gardens compost bins.Winooski Community Gardens compost bins.

 

Raised beds weaving around home and gardens.Raised beds weaving around home and gardens.

Raised beds and rainwater collection.Raised beds and rainwater collection.

 

Gravity fed rain water system.Gravity fed rain water system.

Late October. The garden is still productive, even as parts are put to bed for winter.Late October. The garden is still productive, even as parts are put to bed for winter.