• Growing With Our Plants

    Posted on April 30, 2012 by in Food is Free Blog

    Hugelkultur Labyrinth Farm taking off!

    Our Food is Free Project headquarters and Urban Patchwork Farmplot were featured on this weekend’s Austin Community Garden tour. What a pleasure it was to open up our farm to folks from all around the city.    Getting ready for the tour was a little hectic, but with the help of the community and a few Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day volunteer workdays, we have not only completed some much-needed projects, but also have beautified the farm into such a pleasant community space.

    Our outdoor kitchen is well underway, and we have plans for a solar oven, cob oven and rocket stove on the horizon. We’ve finished up our composting bay area to facilitate community composting for the neighborhood.

    Mural, Community Bulletin board, and Food is Free wicking beds invite folks into the farm


    Our farm is starting to catch many neighbors eyes as they walk by and folks are starting to be more open to inviting themselves into this системы кондиционирования в могилевской области space We’re excited about the space unfolding as a model for how to bring community to your block, growing community together as well as tasty fresh organic vegetables!


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