Friday, April 15 12-4pm
Friday, April 22 12-4pm
Wed, April 27 12-4pm
It’s Spring and LongGreenHouse and the SWPG are gearing up for an exciting season. Our young fruit and nut tree nursery made it through the winter, and the buds are just starting to shown signs of breaking dormancy. We’ve been working this winter on refining permaculture designs and developing them for presentation and we’ll be presenting them in and out of the garden all season. Get a sneak peak viewing below!!! And check out the Events page for April Garden Field Days
This year more than ever we are gearing up to present the past three years of work and research. Graduate students have been developing a low-cost suburban edible landscape as a prototype for large-scale public gardens and “village scale” urban food production as a collaboration between with the University of Maine’s Intermedia MFA Program, the Town of Orono and Still Water, A research arm of University of Maine New Media. The work is intended to become repeatable community resource here in the greater Bangor region and throughout the state. If you’re interested in our work, or hosting a gathering in your community, please let us know. Send a e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, or just show up if you would like to join us.
View our latest design work below.
See you in the garden!