It’s hard to imagine that seven months have gone by since I gave an update on the garden at Eden. Quite a lot has happened since then. The fence was finally finished, a compost bin was built out of pallets, and quite a few things were planted and harvested. Unfortunately, I have few, if any photos to share. Not only were we busy with the garden, but the oil spew provided us with an abundance of opportunity to engage in activities that assuaged our anger, if nothing else. Once again, I’ve been busy as the co-chair for the Back to Nature Festival, which is scheduled to begin on October 15. Eric and I have also spent the last year renovating our little bohemian beach bungalow with the intent of moving in some time soon. With all this excitement, we continue to promote our other ventures: Moonlight Micro-Farm, CFH Design Studio, and e.m. marcus | photography. I’ll see if I can rustle up some more garden photos, in the meantime, enjoy this beauty from earlier this summer.
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