Stone Soup Gardens is happy to announce our recent relocation! It is an exciting transition for us, and one that will bring a host of new opportunities. Living in the Central District was a great start for our business, but we have moved south to Columbia City in order to expand as our business grows. We now have a proper office, an organized tool shed, a much bigger chicken coop for our ladies, and a big yard to develop!
First, before we even moved in, we laid the foundation for our new tool shed, outdoor storage, and plant staging area.
Gradually we moved into the basement and prepped our new office and indoor tool storage area. I can't tell you how exciting it is to have a space and a place for everything.
We built a lovely new coop and run for our little ladies in the front yard. It has great access, shelter from the trees, views of the sidewalk, and a lot more room.
We look forward to many happy years at our new location. Stay tuned for more information about upcoming workshops, classes, and photos as we continue to develop and change our new yard into an urban retreat.
It is official! The RainWise Program has released the remainder of the neighborhoods that are eligible for the rebate for rain garden installation. Is your address eligible? Look at the map below and see if your neighborhood is listed, then go to the Rainwise Seattle website and check your address. If you qualify and are interested in having a rain garden installed in your space, we would love to talk with you about the process. Contact Stone Soup Gardens today!
Our Landscape Lead, Jason Bennis (JB) was featured on the recent flyer for the RainWise Seattle Program!
Come learn about wine cap, shiitaki, and oyster mushrooms, how to cultivate them in logs and in garden beds, and see first hand how to prepare logs and beds for inoculation.
Saturday, November 9th, 2013
12:30 - 2pm
4804 S Snoqualmie St
Limited space available, please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
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