East Rock, seen from Yale Divinity Farm

Yale Divinity Farm

What: Yale Divinity Farm is a collaboration between Urban Resource Initiative and Yale Divinity School.
Who: YDS administrators teamed up with an invincible volunteer corps to build and cultivate the organic farm.
Where: On the Yale Divinity campus, near the dorms.
When: Now! It's growing as you read this.
Why: Because environmental stewardship is an act of faith. And because we love good food, grown well.
How to get involved: contact kai.hoffman-krull@yale.edu

Sunday, August 23, 2009

Hey team!

Today I went out and got to weeding the some areas, but I also ate some tomatoes and took some photos. If you need a reminder of why this is happening, I highly recommend going out and picking a cherry tomato and sinking your teeth into it. You won't regret it, I promise. Unless you're allergic to awesomeness.

Here is what our project, and all of our hard work, has turned into:

Little baby ears of corn.

A GIANT pepper. (The caps were on purpose)

A little honey bee having a snack on the sunflower.

A steak.

You grow corn!

Little green squash, hanging out in the shade.

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