16 students from the garage joined us for a workshop coinciding with the Crisis Farm table, we planted crocus bulbs to prepare for spring and taught them how to make their own concrete planter. Crisis Farm artist Mary Ann Worrell skyped with us to explain the project as well as answer some fun questions the kids had. From local chive plants we harvested seeds and they all left with a planted chive bowl.
David Parker's Enskyment has been installed at Street Road for just over a year now; our avian friends keep coming.
3 wonderful new rocks from Carol Maurer for Street Road Rocks.
These look great but are even more amazing to hold.
Come visit to see over 350+ contributions, all of which are handleable - Fridays and Saturdays 10-4.
Maryann Worrell & Doug Mott's Crisis Farm: Seed to Table outdoor installation - the other day in the rain, and a 'before' shot... taken at our opening and seed planting day 2.5 weeks ago.
Street Road has christened the 3 buildings on site with new names - the Bird House, Mouse House, and Cat House - in honor of each one's respective squatter community. From the Cat House yesterday --
Regular posts from Street Road - check for updates on our shows, our friendly but slightly menacing groundhogs, bees from nearby Stella Lou Farm, and our growing collection of river rocks altered by the artistically inclined from all over the world.