Tuesday, November 14, 2017

UC Gill Tract Community Farm

According to the website:   “Occupy the Farm, a movement to “take back” the land under development at the Gill Tract and establish a community farm, began in April 2012.   During this three-week encampment with over 200 activists, 15,000 seedlings were planted.  As of 2015, approximately 18,500 pounds of produce was grown and distributed to the surrounding community.”

I sat down in the medicinal garden circle and drew sections of a Fire Wheel Bush used medicinally and to attract hummingbirds and the Wild Dagga Lion's Tail plant, usage sacred.

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