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Sustain/Able Show

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On December 3rd the Garden Collective displayed our beds and labels in the Sustain/Able Show in MassArt’s Crackeratorium. The show exhibited green works from all different departments, student and faculty. Beyond our very public garden bed locations this was our first formal public display of our happenings. Our portable beds served their purpose well in […]

Don’t Eat The Garden – We Goof-ed

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Press Release for Garden Bed Build

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10-4-12 Self Watering Container Workshop

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Our self-watering containers were a hit. Everyone adored naming their own and are now caring for them individually. The whole event embodied what The Garden Collective strives to pursue, green access to the community. By providing the lessons and essentials the club is a watering hole for community bonding and learning. Here’s the evidence… Our […]

People Love Us! Gifts upon gifts upon gifts

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It’s as if it’s our birthday and we’re only around 5 months old! Like any good kid, we’ve got a list going of all our aquired goods -SGA approved: They voted ‘Yay!’ unanimously! -SGA appointed us a starting fall semester budget of $500 -Sustainable MassArt is sponsoring us with $500 (Total of $1,000 budget guys!) […]

Garden Harvest Welcome Soireé

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  New Group. New Semester. New Year. New Faces. New Harvest! It was way more than a successful evening. Everyone pulled together to create quite the banger of a club event. Anna Clark made green salsa out of the gardens tomatoes, basil, jalepeño’s, and single onion as well as a fantastic tablecloth. Sophie London contributed […]

Summer Harvest

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This past summer a handful of our awesome green-heads made visits throughout the week to quench the thirst of our rapidly growing plants. Our small orange bags of tomato seedlings and a few various other little guys quickly outgrew their space. The short vines grew up to be an bush of a tomato hodge podge. […]

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