One brave Peace-Patcher got to spreading the new mulch across the pathways and beds to support them and prevent further sinking. A lot tough scooping and pitch-fork maneuvering was done.
The rest of us got to tending the beds that had become overgrown. Here are a few taking care of the squash area by the papaya tree.
I worked on a bed where we had discovered some "volunteer" red lettuce had begun to sprout! So I cleared the space to encourage its growth. Hopefully a few more friends will begin to sprout now that the bed has the room. Another helpful gardener staked near the young plants and labeled them.
The best part was all the up-close and personal time we had with the earth this morning. I even had a little frog friend hang out while I weeded!
It was wonderful weather and a fun time taking care of our lovely space.
The next week we all return to the garden will be our last class. It's hard to believe time has gone by so quickly!