HOW DOES OUR GARDEN GROW?

 

Our 12-acre homestead is part community garden, part living laboratory, part outdoor gallery. Our land-based programs are designed to help nourish our community. The food we grow feeds the our CSAA partners and those who visit our farm.

We also are proud to share our abundance by participating in the meal program at Rod's House in downtown Yakima. 

 

Is there a gardening/homesteading/permaculture idea you'd like to try out but you don't have the space? Want to do a project with your class? Or maybe you just prefer to work alongside others, planting the seeds of community. 

 

Yakima Beach might be the place for you. Give us a visit if you'd like to explore the idea of collaboration. 

 

What's In Our Garden?

 

Perrenials, 2016

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hops, grown by Caleb Bos, Bos Brews

 

Fruits:

Cherries (Rainier, Bing, Pie Cherries)

Peaches

Nectarines

Plums

Tilton Apricots

Sea Buckthorn

Raspberries

Blackberries

Strawberries

Pineapple Guava

Gooseberry

Jostaberry

Nanking Cherry

Elderberry

Black Currants

 

Herbs & Wild Medicinals:

Apple Mint

Sage

Mullein

White Yarrow

Sumac

Oregon Grape

Lamb's Quarter

Plantain

Curly Dock

 

Trees:

Black Locust

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DIY + DIT is our motto because we believe that both approaches are necessary and  uniquely rewarding. To maximize learning and access to our programs, we do our best to keep costs low. Donations of any amount help make that possible. Thank you for supporting our work!      

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