We were promoting biochar at the 2015 Eco-Farm Conference held in Asilomar, Monterey, CA. Thank you all for stopping at our booth and don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any further questions. See below for a few photos from the event.
Our booth at the Eco-Farm Conference.
Frankie enthusiastic about biochar!
This was by far the largest seed exchange I have ever attended. And scion exchange was happening in another room at the same time.
With lots of seeds, both common and exotic…
and crowds of attendees.
I mean, crowds of enthusiastic attendees. 😉
There was also fun: beer and cheese tasting.
Needless to say, this was a very popular event.
Come and join us next year!
SeedExchange – 13th September 2014
It was a small but very jolly and informative gathering.
Having fun meeting new gardeners and learning about their amazing plants (tropical!).
Swappimg seeds while tasting garden fresh heirloom tomatoes!
Hope you will join us next time around!
SeedExchange – 22nd February 2014
We seem to be getting more ties with Gilroy – yet again some folk travelled that far to join us!
We had a full table!
Hmmm… what to choose!
Everyone had a good time but the attention was on the seeds.
The other side of the table.
Grafting Party – 28th of April 2013
It was a great, hot and instructive day with John talking about all the different benefits to grafting and demonstrating many grafting techniques, including rind and bark grafting on citrus. It was a pleasure to watch a pro at work and we are much better prepared to graft at home. Thank you John! Sally brought with her a couple potted rootstock apples that were grafted at the workshop and shared with participants – much appreciated!
Lunch under the canopies with John introducing the world of grafting.
Cleft graft demonstration.
It’s great to have an attentive audience…
John demonstrating a rind graft.
John making a T graft (upside down…).
Finished T graft on citrus.
We all learned a lot and enjoyed it tremendously at the same time! Hope to have many more gatherings around gardening and sustainability!
Cupertino Earth Day – 6th of April 2013
It is always very rewarding to spread the love of heirloom tomatoes that come fresh off the vine in your garden! Thank you all for visiting our booth this year!
Sawako and Amy holding the fort.
And what is this? A companion plant – borage, good for increasing pollination as it attracts bees and the beautifull, small, dark blue flowers are edible. Just toss them in your salad!
She also likes lettuce, not just tomatoes!
Another young customer. It is awesome to see kids interested in growing plants!
Beautifull art work done by the kids just in front of our booth! See you there next year!
Special thanks go to:
Presenter: Paul Taylor, PhD;
Host: Eric Fulda, Director of Charles Street Gardens;