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Earth Day in the Garden

By |May 14th, 2019|Uncategorized|

Earth day in The Garden of Eatin' @ Ramella Park in East Williamson was a huge success! This year was our second year of hosting earth day in the garden and we could not be more pleased with the turnout! From grandmas to 4 year olds we had a blast while learning about the wonderful

A standing ovation for our Ovation Green Mix!

By |April 22nd, 2019|Uncategorized|

Ramella Park Garden of Eatin' has witnessed some early growth this year.  During our first meeting for potential gardeners this year we had a extra large turnout. Being able to supply backyard gardeners and community gardeners alike with seeds to plant is always an exciting time for us. Knowing that they are going to be

Please Do Not Steal the Veggies

By |July 16th, 2018|Uncategorized|

On a serious note, theft at our little community garden is a hot button issue right now.  We have had several of our garden renters report theft. Not just a cucumber here or a tomato there but people bringing plastic bags and buggys and actually shopping the beds. If people had to eat only what

Its a Kaleabration!

By |June 25th, 2018|Uncategorized|

Hello to all our fabulous followers! If I had to write about one thing that would sum up the last 4-6 weeks in our little green garden it would be KALE!!! We have cut kale, sold kale, ate kale, and researched how beneficial kale is. When we packed our first CSA boxes we were washing

Good Thymes

By |April 20th, 2018|Uncategorized|

With the opening of Ramella Park coming up in two weeks, we decided to visit our local Pk-8 and get their creative input on some garden signs. Williamson Pk-8 students gave up their gym time to paint some creative and witty signs to brighten up our garden area. With several puns and several "play on

There’s a lot growing on around here… #PunLife

By |June 28th, 2017|Williamson Health & Wellness Center|

This is Chad Webb, Maria's Community Agriculture VISTA and Williamson native. We've had a pretty verdant Late Spring/Early Summer around these parts. The mild winter meant our growers could get seeds and transplants in the ground as early as possible. Combined with the sweltering heat of the past few weeks, this has led to the