July in Photos

The gardens were just bursting with beauty last month, and we loved all of the pictures you shared with us! We highlighted some of our favorites (though it was hard to choose!) below. We have to give a shout-out to all the fun gnomes we’ve been spotting this summer, too. The gnomes are...

March Classes and Ev...

The unseasonably warm weather has us dreaming of spring and getting into the garden! On March 5, join us for our 8th Annual Seed Swap–trade seeds from a variety of vendors, as well as seeds saved by individual gardeners. No seeds to swap? No worries, come for gardening demonstrations...

We’re Starting...

Why Now? We believe food is a common language that can bring us together as a community. What better way to come together than around a table of delicious homemade food in our Community Cooking School? Our first meeting is February 23, sign up! What’s a Cookbook Club? Mash up all the...

February Classes and...

February is a busy month at PGP! We’re making cozy, healthy food to sustain us through the rest of winter and getting a head start on a healthy garden by making compost. Looking for something different to do with friends or a special someone on Valentine’s Day? Sign up for a knife...

Ask the Butcher: Tur...

Mark Holzkopf, owner of Holzkopf’s Meat Market in Edgewater, is one of our favorite sources for tips on cooking meat–and was one of our sponsors for our first Harvest Feast (we’re still dreaming about that scallion pancake with Mark’s smoked turkey!). With Thanksgiving...