This Saturday! June 6th
Trillium Charter School, 5420 N. Interstate Ave. open 10-11 am
Four Neighborhood Gardens open 10 am to 3 pm
The Sustainable Overlook Garden Tour is this Saturday, June 6th. Start at Trillium Charter School (open from 10-11 am) or one of the four garden sites nearby (open from 10 am to 3 pm, details available at Sustainable Overlook.org) Get ready to be inspired by pesticide-free gardens that with showcase edible landscaping, mason bees, chicken keeping, an outdoor kitchen, a permaculture homestead, backyard habitats and much more!
- See Trillium Charter School’s organic roof top garden where outdoor education and food production happen.
- Mason Bee demos and learn how you can encourage pollinators in your yard
- Seed and Plant Swap as part of the Village Building Convergence at the Attunement Center, a permaculture homestead site
- Visit a Certified Backyard Habitat and learn how each of our yards or balconies can offer valuable habitat
Suggested dontation $5
Contributions benefit the Pesticide Free Neighborhood Project. As many of you know, I’m really proud of the efforts being made in my neighborhood to create connectivity around food systems, local ecology issues and environmental health. This is a great opportunity to check out some examples of how our home landscapes (and a school garden) can help us build community, resilience and deepen our connection with food, the seasons and each other. The juicy details of this tour are too many to mention, but highlights include Bob and Ginger Edward’s Mason Bee demonstration 11 am at Garden No. 2, the Village Building Convergence seed swap at Garden 4 and the wild, lush habitat garden at Garden No. 5. Hope to see you there!