Delivery!

Thank you Mayor Sottile for making it possible for The Kingston Children’s City Garden to be able to add wonderful, aged manure to enrich the soil for planting.

Don, Arthur and I made a very short trip to a horse farm in Rhinebeck where we most definately got our fill. Jodi Riccobono is an equine communicator. Dreamwalkin’ Farm is a beautiful place. Thanks for the donation, Jodi.

There’s more, too – and baby, I intend to get it for Kingston’s city gardens.

Don from the DPW getting ready

Don from the DPW getting ready

Loading the truck

Loading the truck

Farmer Rebecca!

Farmer Rebecca!

Don and Arthur

Don and Arthur

Incoming!

Incoming!

New soil and manure waiting for the children and neighbors

New soil and manure waiting for the children and neighbors

1 comment to Delivery!

  • What wonderful news! Thank you everyone, particularly the horses! Now, for the obvious question–can those of us with Victory Gardens in our yards get a small serving? My soil, after all the rain we have had, has the rich springy texture of rolled concrete. My peas came up, looked around, and died I have a gigantic pumpkin vine that appears carniverous, coming out of my compost heap and I would like to enhance my soil since I am contributing plants to the rooftop garden and queen’s galley & the children’s garden! I have several empty feed bags for transportation if needed.

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