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Urban Soul Farmer

Urban Soul Farmer aims to foster inclusive gardening spaces for wellness and human connection. USF offers a variety of garden workshops for wellness, health and food security. Urban Soul Farmer works with community garden spaces, regional center, schools and transitional housing programs. Gardening is an art and a science. Connecting with earth heals the mind, body and spirit. R.T. "Zoe Blaq" Bartney, M.A. Clinical Psychology and Master Gardener.

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urbansoulfarmer·5 days agoText

My gardening team is amazing! This was nothing but a jungle of dead weeds yesterday. I told them I wanted to grow clover in this area once we cleared it. Well, I got to work this morning and they had already cleared the entire front section!!

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urbansoulfarmer·6 days agoText

One of our residents asked for a jasmine plant. We got it for him and today he gets to plant it. It already smells delightful!

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urbansoulfarmer·8 days agoPhoto

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A FEW HERBS:

Genesis 1:29
[29]And God said, Behold, I have given you every herb bearing seed, which is upon the face of all the earth, and every tree, in the which is the fruit of a tree yielding seed; to you it shall be for meat.

KeenanYah Baht Israel

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urbansoulfarmer·14 days agoPhoto

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Photos Taken: 22-October-2019

Nepenthes x briggsiana

I pruned away a lot of older leaves so the rest of the plant could get light. There’s two vines on this plant. Pitchers on the older vine are greener than the original pitchers used to be, but the ones on the newer vine are keeping more of their red coloration.

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