Up Your Gardening Game in 2022

Up Your Gardening Game in 2022 Cross off two of your new year goals by growing your own organic food. You can make the world greener by reducing pesticide use, fuel for transportation and food waste (who could throw away something you’ve grown) while improving your health and wellbeing by spending more time outside connecting with the earth, eating super fresh vegetables, and feeling a sense of pride and wonder as you nurture growth. No matter how […]

Judea Garden Receives “Friend of the Green” Award

The Friend of the Green Award is presented annually by The Frederick Gunn School to honor an individual or group that has contributed to the well-being of the town of Washington through their volunteer efforts.  This year, in lieu of an in-person gathering, the school hosted a virtual celebration to present the 2021 Award to […]

Climate Change in the Garden

Pigs Fly, Bob Stern

April Showers Bring May Flowers?  Maybe not anymore.  Climate change has shifted the weather patterns of old so that current gardeners can no longer rely on the patterns and rhythms of old.    In 2020, Judea Garden saw a hard, killing frost on September 19th.  In 2021, that frost came on October 24th, over a month […]