There's nothing we love more than a bustling garden and boy, has it been buzzing around here! Check out what's growing on at the Danny Woo Community Garden.
Youth from the ACRS Job Readiness Program continued to work alongside our elder gardeners, tending plots and interviewing gardeners for our Tales from the Terrace project.
A Friendly ant scopes out the prospects of this oblong strawberry growing in our Children's Garden.
A young entomologist gets cozy with the Tomato Horn Worms that visited our garden for #BioBlitz2016
The fruits of our volunteers' labors have been, well, FRUITFUL! Our strawberry harvest has been particularly bountiful this spring. Pictured above is a harvest of over 200 strawberries!
Our elder gardeners have been hard at work, tending their plots in preparation for a wonderful (and hot) summer.
We welcomed former garden AmeriCorps member and Master Composter, Lauren, back into the garden to lead a fantastic worm bin 101 workshop for a group of service learners.
City Fruit teamed up with Key Bank for a pest prevention work party and helped bag and net apples and Asian pears around the garden!
Want to see more from the garden?
Pay us a visit to catch all the action in person! Our garden is located at 620 S. Main St., at the intersection of S. Main St. and Maynard Ave. S.
The Danny Woo Community Garden is a 1.5 acre edible growing space located in the heart of Seattle's Chinatown/International District. The garden has been a place for elders to grow for over 40 years and is also home to a children's garden, chicken coop, and outdoor kitchen. Visit us at 620 S. Main St., Seattle, WA 98104.