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Trustees Gardeners' Gazette for June

Sarah Hutt
 


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A Message from Vidya Tikku, Director

It's election season in Boston and I want to brainstorm with you! Is there a question regarding community gardens that you would like to ask of all the Mayoral candidates? No question is too small or big. We will compile all the questions and pick ones that resonate the most with all of you and bring them to the candidates. Please email your questions to me at vtikku@... by June 20th.

I also want to catch up with all of you on the laws we need to pay attention to in the weeks and months ahead. Federal law strictly prohibits electioneering by 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations. This means The Trustees, and Trustees employees and volunteers, may not directly or indirectly engage in or sponsor any activity that supports or opposes any candidate for public office, regardless of political party affiliation. The IRS calls this, “campaign intervention.” This prohibition is clear and covers all levels of government and includes incumbents and those running unopposed.  

Understanding this prohibition during an election year is particularly important since you and I may become involved in political campaign activity, we need to actively distinguish between what is permitted and prohibited while at work or in the gardens. Non-partisan activities like voter drives are fine, but statements or events in support of particular candidates are not allowed. For a full list of activities that are permissible, and not, click here

Upcoming Events

Kids in the Garden: Cooking with Flowers 
 
Virtual or City Natives | June 16

Juneteenth at Nightingale  
Dorchester | June 19

Father's Day Picnic Concert
Hutchinson's Field, Milton | June 20

Cooking Seasonal: Spanakopita with Wild Greens 
Virtual | June 23

South End Summer Stroll
South End | June 26

Summer Spirits Garden Mixology
Virtual | June 24

Keep Growing: Summer Garden Maintenance
Virtual or Lenox & Kendall Community Garden, Roxbury | July 8
Pride in the Gardens
We are honored to fly the progressive rainbow flag at many of our properties this month. The flags were generously donated by The Hingham Pride Project. The Progress Flag is imbued with the power of activism and joy of love. Our hope is that everyone who sees the flags flying this month will carry the colors with them every day. Red for life. Orange for healing. Yellow for the sun. Green for nature. Blue for serenity. Purple for the spirit. Black for Diversity. Brown for Inclusivity. And colors from the transgender flag: baby blue (boys), baby pink (girls) and white for those who are transitioning, intersex, or those who consider themselves as having a neutral or unidentified gender. We will continue our commitment to ensuring our special places remain safe havens for all.

Intoducing Charissa Zapata
Boston Waterfront Initiative Engagement Manager 

Hello! I'll be overseeing our program and event offerings in East Boston for our Piers Park III project development. Growing up in the city and suburbs of Boston, while also spending summers growing food on my grandparents' farm in the mountains of Puerto Rico, I cultivated a diverse perspective on life, the environment, and the places people call home. The combination of working in retail, non-profit, and regenerative agricultural management, has given me a wide scope perspective and ability to weave together the threads for building viable systems. 
 
I'm excited to bring educational and culturally relevant programming to the East Boston community. The goal is to create a space where these events can bring a sense of joy, community, and awareness of the climate challenges we face ahead, and how we can come together to build a more resilient Boston for all those who call it home.

Garden Tips: It's Not Too Late!
Michelle de Lima, Engagement Manager

If you're a bit behind on this year's planting, or have spaces left to fill in the garden, there are some delicious crops you can still plant. Here are a few of my favorites:

  • Cucumbers: you can transplant or direct seed them. Look for powdery mildew resistant varieties. Katrina is a BCG staff pick: crunchy, sweet, early & productive
  • Winter squash: also can be transplanted or direct seeded and should be powdery mildew resistant. Delicata is great for smaller spaces; Butterscotch butternut is a delicious option.
  • Basil: transplant to have pesto sooner, but direct seeding will work. Genovese is the tastiest we've tried
  • Sweet potatoes: if you can still find slips, now is a great time to get these warm-weather crops going
  • Mustard or mesclun mix: varieties adapted to summer weather can be sown all season long for delicious salads
  • Beans: pole & bush green beans love starting in the heat. Try Provider or Kentucky Wonder.

South End Summer Stroll
Peter Bowne, Engagement Manager

The South End Summer Stroll may be coming to a garden near you on Saturday, June 26th!
The uncertainty around Covid 19 earlier this year did not allow us to plan our annual South End Garden Tour, which opens up several beautiful hidden private gardens to fundraise for our gardens. Instead we’ve rolled out a a new experience -- the South End Summer Stroll!
 
The South End Summer Stroll is a guided tour of six of our South End properties. On the half hour, groups of not more than ten guests will start out on a walking tour led by a BCG staffer. Small groups and staggered start times have been designed to keep everyone safe and comfortable. At each garden stop, guests will hear from a garden member about their garden and enjoy tasty bites and beverages from a neighborhood restaurant. We are happy to be able to support and promote neighborhood businesses while showing off our wonderful gardens. Tickets for the Summer Stroll are still available here.

We are very much looking forward to the return of our self-guided South End and Jamaica Plain Garden Tours in 2022!

Stewardship Update
Alex Carbone, Stewardship Manager

Renovations have begun at the Norton & Stonehurst garden in Dorchester. Garden coordinators working with the Bowdoin Street Health Center secured grant funding earlier in the year and decided to put it towards sprucing up this neighborhood hub. Renovations will include repaving the walkways, installing new plot dividers, repositioning the tool shed, installing solar powered lighting, and other improvements. See below for photos of the garden before and during renovations.

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The E. Berkeley fence history

Sarah Hutt
 


Some of you have asked about the E Berkeley fence along the C Row.  It was installed in 2008.  Below are some pictures of the garden before it was installed.  As you can see the chainlink fence was only about 4’ tall so we had a lot of vandalism problems.  You can still see, in some of the long term plots, that they have been built up to protect produce from people getting into their gardens.
Prior to the new fence the Common space along the fence was outside the garden.  With this opportunity we moved the new fence out to the garden property line to bring the space into the garden so it could be utilized as Common Space.  As you can see the trees that grew along the sidewalk had gotten out of control so were removed.

Berkeley Community Gardens
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Things to do in Berkeley Garden

Sarah Hutt
 

Can someone help hang 3 aluminum Garden signs
- 2 go outside the garden gates welcoming people to the garden
- 1 is the garden history story.

all three are aluminum so we need bolts or something to hold them up - If I can get advice on how to hang them I’m sure Tru Value will have the hardware.

If you want to do it yourself I can meet you at the shed and show you were everything is. Otherwise I’ll help.

We just have to get these darn signs up.

Thanks a million,
Sarah
C105


June 1st deadline to plant your garden

Sarah Hutt
 

Hello Gardeners

It's been great seeing the garden full of members again and busy in their gardens.  Most of you have done an amazing job this spring.

As we all know June 1st - per our rules - members are required to have their garden plot cleaned out and planted.  For those of you who haven’t gotten over to the garden this is your last warning - we will take back the plot if you aren’t going to use it.

Gardens please considering giving up your plot if you find you don’t have the time or interest to tend it this year.  You can always come back when things have changed.

Anyone who has to be reminded throughout the summer to take care of their plot will not be invited back next year.  It's a difficult position for gardeners around you who complain about the weeds and mess, and it's a huge distraction for the leadership commuity to have to manage individual members.  

We have an active waiting list of enthusiastic gardeners clamoring to join Berkeley Community Gardens.


Bird Tour with the Audubon is this weekend - there are still places available if interested email info@...

Thanks all,


Berkeley Community Gardens
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Did you loose something?

Sarah Hutt
 

Did anyone leave a cordless drill in the garden near the shed? Its waiting for you to reclaim it.
Let us know
info@berkeleygardens.org

thank you


lost cat in neighborhood

Sarah Hutt
 

Hi all
Neighbors at Castle Square - across E. Berkeley Street - lost a cat - they think it may be in our garden somewhere.  If you see it call number below




Tulip bulbs tomorrow, Saturday, in Hayes Park

Sarah Hutt
 

Hello Gardeners
Here is a fun opportunity———
Hayes Park neighbors will be digging up the spring tulips and giving them away.
9:45 AM, Saturday morning at Hayes Park, 158 Warren Ave, in the South End.

  These tulips were blooming in the park this spring, they will be digging them out to replant the area in the park for the summer with annuals.

 - they are wonderful tulips - you saw some around the garden this spring.  The beautiful colors, tall, later bloomers.

You can plant them now they will come up next spring.
Please share with anyone you think might be interested.

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------- Forwarded message ---------
Date: Fri, May 21, 2021 at 2:27 PM
Subject: Tulip 

Hi Everyone,

Tomorrow morning we will be digging up the tulip bulbs in the center bed of Hayes Park, in anticipation of the geraniums that will be planted in a week or so.  If you are interested in taking some bulbs for your own garden, please bring a bag and help yourself – starting around 9:45.

Thanks,


Safety and Security in the garden

Sarah Hutt
 

To all
Over the weekend a number of personal items were stolen from an A Row garden.  
It seems likely the theif climbed in from the alley.

The items included   A new red rake, a two wheel folding cart, 4 white buckets, and a tin planter    

Try to keep items secured in your garden when you aren’t there.  Always lock your garden gate..

Until the new alley fence is built it will continue to be impossible to really secure the garden.

As always if you see anything  or you are uncomfortable about call 911.

Depending on where you are in the garden the Tremont gate address is 500 Tremont and 217 Shawmut Ave. is the Shawmut gate.

See you in the garden!

Berkeley Community Gardens
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Boston Trustees Gardeners' Gazette

Sarah Hutt
 

To all - and new Gardeners
This is the monthly newsletter from Boston Trustees which is the umbrella organization that manages all community gardens (100+ in Boston) and open space - like the Boston Harbor Walk)  as well as many open spaces and beaches throughout Massachusetts.



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A Message from Vidya Tikku, Director
It was wonderful to catch up with our volunteer garden coordinators at our spring meeting. As always, their energy and willingness to support the gardens and their communities is inspiring and so appreciated. Our dialogue included a starter conversation on inclusion for all in our community gardens and our staff team will take the collective feedback from our meeting and determine next steps for the season ahead. 

As spring kicks in, we are all eagerly awaiting the city compost deliveries. A big shout out to Mayor Janey, the DPW and Landscape Express to help provide the free compost once again to all the community gardens. A thank you also to Wendy Heiger-Bernays and her team at the BU School of Public Health that helped analyze the test results and determine the health and safety of the compost. If anyone is still awaiting their compost deliveries, please reach out to Alex at acarbone@... who is working to make sure the City's contractor is able to catch up on all pending deliveries.

There are a very large number of inquiries still being received by us from Boston residents who are hoping to access a garden plot this year to support their families. If there are any plot vacancies that open up in your garden as the season progresses, please reach out to Peter at pbowne@.... We will be sure to match up folks from your neighborhood to any openings your garden may have to offer. Some of these people on the wait list may also be available to help you take care of the garden's common areas or help with spring garden clean ups. So just keep us posted if you could use some extra support this spring. Finally, to help plan and host programs in your gardens safely this summer, reach out by May 14 to Michelle at mdelima@...

Wishing you all a rewarding gardening season; I look forward to catching up with you in person in the coming months. 

Upcoming Events

Kids in the Garden: Grow Your Own Sprouts 
Virtual or In-Person | May 19

Spring Sippers Mixology 
Virtual | May 20

Trellising 101 Workshop 
Virtual or In-Person | June 2

Cooking Seasonal: Spanakopita with Wild Greens 
Virtual | June 10

Kids in the Garden: Cooking with Flowers 
 
Virtual or In-Person | June 16

Juneteenth Freedom Fete at Nightingale  
Virtual or In-Person | June 19

Spring Flowers
Jordan Takvorian, Steward

In spring it seems like just about everything is in bloom but there are a few standouts at the nursery in my opinion. Wild Geranium, a perennial favorite, features delicate pink blossoms that smother rounded mounds of lovely textured foliage. It’s a true floral feast that shines in sunny to part shade conditions. In wetter, shadier conditions Chrysogonum features forest green leaves tumbling along the forest floor bedecked by intensely buttered yellow star-shaped blooms. My favorite thing about this charmer is that although flowers peak in spring, it will keep intermittently blooming right through frost. It’s the perfect plant for your shade garden. The zig-zagging arching stems of variegated and plain green Solomon’s Seal are covered with hanging, tubular white flowers and are popular with hungry bees. Spring is the perfect time to plant in the garden and there are a plethora of stunning plants in peak bloom at this time.

Shop Native Plants & Veggie Seedlings
Kids' Programs on Sprouts, Edible Flowers & More
Annabel Rabiyah, Garden Programs Coordinator

Inspired by last year's "Grow your Own Food" and "Cooking the Harvest" series, we are offering a hands-on, inquiry-based learning series for kids this spring. Kids of all ages are welcome to join on zoom, or in person at City Natives in Mattapan. Last month, we explored seeds, where seeds come from, and found a variety of seeds in our kitchens. This month, we will learn how to grow your sprouts from a variety of seeds. And in June, we will explore edible flowers, and then offer a cooking demonstration for a flower-based dish. Last year, parents raved at how these programs sparked interest in trying new foods, cooking, and getting out into the garden. We look forward to continuing this enriching programming this season! Please check out the details in our upcoming event calendar and spread the word to any families or teachers you know who might be interested! 
Spring Stewardship Updates
Alex Carbone, Stewardship Manager

In April we continued to work with Boston Water and Sewer to turn water on at each of our community gardens and parks. After a few plumbing repairs both by our staff and hired professionals, water is on at all of our properties! Keep an eye out for leaks at your garden throughout the season.
Our crew removed the old pieces and installed new lumber to raised beds at Warren & Clarendon community garden(top). At the Symphony Road community garden, construction fill soil was replaced with fresh loam by a contracting crew. These new beds have now been planted for the season (bottom left). Our first pre-design meeting is in the books! Landscape designers from COGdesign polled community members over zoom and discussed potential improvements to Dartmouth Green park in the South End (bottom right).



WATER is back on

Sarah Hutt
 

To all

Thank you John for fixing the B Row water pump tonight - we now have water in the A + B  and C Rows

Water is on a timer -currently the timer is set to turnon at 5AM and off at 8PM.

We still need to replace the broken water faucets which means some of you will need to get water from a greater distance but we are working on the repairs.

YEA Water!!!

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help needed

Sarah Hutt
 

To all

Saturday morning is the annual Love Your Block neighborhood cleanup - Peters Park will be the center of attention.  

As good neighbors Berkeley Community Garden will be loaning them some of your shovels and rakes to use for cleanup.

If anyone has time could you help me mark our tools with Berkeley so they all get returned????

Thanks - shouldn’t take too long - I’ll supply the ID markers.

Sarah
C105




garden updates

Sarah Hutt
 

to all

Plant Sales
Boston Trustees are selling native plant sand seedling at http://bit.ly/citynativesplantsale. All proceeds go back into the gardens! 10% discount for coordinators using code: GardenCoordinator

WATER
We are still trying to make the repairs to our water.  The C Row underground leak was repaired on Monday evening. 
 The B Row water, as of this writing, is still not working.  We are hopeful the repairs can be made on Wednesday.  

Tasks that need your help.
- one or two people to walk the garden with me to look over gardens and see if their are any issues.  Everyone needs to have their gardens cleaned out and planted by June 1.
-  if their is a builder or contractor  who could advise us on ordering new pea stone to cover out paths.  They are in great need to be replenished.  I’m looking for someone that knows construction language to make sure we order enough.

Thank you to Lindsay and As always if anyone has any questions or concerns please let us know.

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Berkeley Community Garden guided bird walks on Saturday, May 29 at 8:30 and 10:00 a.m.

Sarah Hutt
 

Birding updates: Catbirds, baby robins, migrants!

Hi everyone, a bit of bird news!

Keep an eye out for one of our newest visitors to the garden: A pair of gray catbirds. Check out this video of one of the birds! https://youtu.be/k0XacMbmetU

Gardeners have seen at least two nests of baby robins hatch in the garden. Spring migration is also in full swing: Black and White Warblers and Common Yellowthroats have appeared in our neighborhood. So keep an eye out for them in the garden and around the neighborhood. 

Thank you to everyone who has already RSVP'd. for the inaugural Berkeley Community Garden guided bird walks on Saturday, May 29 at 8:30 and 10:00 a.m. There are still a few spots left. Please RSVP to info@... and tell us which session you'd like to attend.

All best,
Sari


大家好,有幾條新聞!
請留意我們花園中最新來的遊客之一:一對灰貓。 觀看以下其中一隻鳥的視頻! https://youtu.be/k0XacMbmetU
園丁們已經在花園裡看到了至少兩個嵌套的嬰儿知更鳥巢。 春季遷徙也如火如荼:黑白鶯和普通的黃喉羚已經出現在我們附近。 因此,請留意花園和附近地區的居民。
謝謝所有已經回覆的人。 在5月29日(星期六)上午8:30和上午10:00舉行的首次伯克利社區花園引導鳥走動時,仍然還有一些景點。 請回復至info@...並告訴我們您想參加哪個會議。
祝一切順利,莎麗


Water update

Sarah Hutt
 

To all
This message is from Alex of the Trustees after he was called this morning about a crack in the water spigot underground was found.  

As a result the water was turned off to dig and find the problem.  The piece needed for repair has to be ordered so we won’t have water until Tuesday morning at the earliest.

So sorry about this situation.  Once the water is turned back on we will also be back on the timer.  

Water will go on at 5AM and off at 8PM.

Thanks - 
Sarah 
C105





COMPOST delivery Friday May 7th ----3rd try is a charm 五月七日星期五的堆肥交付

Sarah Hutt
 

Sorry I had incorrect Chinese translation for date — 五月七日星期五的堆肥交付
now notice below is correct - thank you Sue for catching it!!!

Compost Delivery NOW on Friday, May 7th

五月七日星期五的堆肥交付

First delivery at about 10AM  ——  4 Truck loads in all deliveries throughout the day

第一次交付在上午10点左右-总共4卡车负载

This soil is to be shared with all garden members

This composted soil is only for garden members per our agreement with the City of Boston who provides the soil

We will have 4 truck deliveries vs. the usual one or two.  This will allow people to get compost throughout the day    

这块土地将与所有花园成员共享 

We are going to need EVERYONES cooperation to make sure everyone gets soil.

We have calculated that each member can have

每个人都应该收到一些堆肥,所以请限制分配的金额

Limit 2 wheelbarrows-----------限制2架手推 

Or 10 white buckets or 10 rice bags-------------10个白色桶10个米袋-

Due to the necessity to maintain social distancing we ask everyone continue to wear their masks.  
  

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COMPOST delivery Friday May 7th ----3rd try is a charm

Sarah Hutt
 

Compost Delivery NOW on Friday, May 7th

 7 日星期三的堆肥交付

First delivery at about 10AM  ——  4 Truck loads in all deliveries throughout the day

第一次交付在上午10点左右-总共4卡车负载

This soil is to be shared with all garden members

This composted soil is only for garden members per our agreement with the City of Boston who provides the soil

We will have 4 truck deliveries vs. the usual one or two.  This will allow people to get compost throughout the day    

这块土地将与所有花园成员共享 

We are going to need EVERYONES cooperation to make sure everyone gets soil.

We have calculated that each member can have

每个人都应该收到一些堆肥,所以请限制分配的金额

Limit 2 wheelbarrows-----------限制2架手推 

Or 10 white buckets or 10 rice bags-------------10个白色桶10个米袋-

Due to the necessity to maintain social distancing we ask everyone continue to wear their masks.  
  

Berkeley Community Gardens
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NO COMPOST tomorrow ---DELAYed AGAIN

Sarah Hutt
 

So Sorry to all 
NO COMPOST TOMORROW - the company has canceled the delivery due to problems they are having

Will announce new time 
thanks

Sarah
 C105




Bird Watching Tour

Sarah Hutt
 

Greetings, gardeners!

We've set the date for the inaugural  Berkeley Community Garden guided bird walks: 
  • The walks will be held on Saturday, May 29, at 8:30 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. and will last for one hour.

  • Please RSVP to info@... and tell us which session you'd like to attend. 

  • Due to space constraints in the garden, we want to limit the number of participants in each session to ~10 people. If we have more interest, we will add more sessions that day or on later dates.
If you're in the garden, keep an eye out for a pair of Black Capped Chickadees - you'll see them near the Honey Locust on the Tremont side of the garden. You may also spot a new visitor, a Hermit Thrush, foraging on the ground, hopping around looking for insects. Learn more about these birds here:
Happy gardening and birding,
Sari 

問候,園丁!
我們已經確定了伯克利社區花園首個鳥類漫步的日期:該漫步將於5月29日星期六上午8:30和上午10:00舉行,並將持續一小時。

請回復至info@...,並告訴我們您要參加哪個會議。

由於花園的空間限制,我們希望將每節會議的參與者人數限制為10人左右。 如果我們有興趣,我們會在當天或以後的日期增加更多的會話。如果您在花園裡,請留意一對黑頂山雀-您會在Tremont的Honey蝗蟲附近看到它們。 花園的一面。 您可能還會發現一個新的訪客,隱士鵝口瘡,在地上覓食,四處尋找昆蟲。 在此處了解有關這些鳥類的更多信息:

快樂的園藝和觀鳥,莎麗


thanks
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WATER Update and Compost reminder

Sarah Hutt
 

Dear Gardeners

Many many thank you's to Steven C139  who spent the weekend working on our plumbing.  He was able to get many of our water stations running, but there are still a few faucets that still need to be fixed.

The plumbing by these gardens will be fixed in the next couple of weeks.
B107 —
B168 —
B174 — 
C101 — 

Thank you everyone that came out this weekend and cleaned out their plots and cleaned up the garden.  

COMPOST on Friday April 30- 4 large truck loads - 


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Re: Dumpster

Elizabeth ANDERSON
 

Hi Sarah,  

In case you don’t know, the dumpster door is still shut. 

Elizabeth 

On Apr 23, 2021, at 13:57, Sarah Hutt via groups.io <sarahhutt@...> wrote:

 Hi all
The dumpster has finally arrived - it will be here all day today, Saturday, and Sunday.

Please help clear the trash that has piled up by the door and take a couple to the dumpster - bring it all the way to the back so we can keep the door open and fill it up!!
thank you

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