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One of the students in the online class, Acting Up - Using Theater & Technology for Social Change" shared these images of her community gardening work. Tom Tresser is the instructor - ...

One of the students in the online class, Acting Up - Using Theater & Technology for Social Change" shared these images of her community gardening work. Tom Tresser is the instructor - http://tomsclasses.wordpress.com/acting-up.

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  • In the beginning of the season. It was the end of May due to bad weather
  • My plot is the one with my sage bush already in bloom and the rich looking soil (thanks vermi-composting and beautiful WATER!)
  • This is when I first put my seedlings in. I lost a few in my house waiting for the weather to break.
  • This is when everything decided to really bolt! Marigolds, strawberries, onions, carrots, celosia (the pink flower) and sage in the background.
  • This is the side for the community and Growing Power farmer’s market contributions.
  • Before I had to trim my sage back and give some clippings away. It is PROLIFIC!
  • This was my first harvest. I only took what I needed for my salad and a few peppers for some other meals during the week.

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  • by Tamara Done for “Acting Up – Using Theater & Technology for Social Change” DePaul School for New Learning – Fall 2011 A few pics from the garden
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