"Approximately 25 people gathered together at the Washburn High School's Castle Garden ribbon cutting on Friday for a 'celebration of community.' Although sections of the garden have been operational for over two years, this ribbon cutting ceremony was held to honor garden contributors and celebrate the garden's new sign. Washburn High School's Castle Garden was originally a parking lot and now includes a high tunnel, pollinator garden, rain garden, and monarch oasis. The Castle Garden is open to the public, however caretakers suggest using caution around pollinators, such as bees. Students from Washburn High School will be selling produce from the district gardens at the Washburn Farmers Market on Wednesdays through the second week of October."
Picture taken by Amber Mullen, as featured in the Bayfield County Journal.
In The News
News articles featuring local food projects that are occurring in the Chequamegon Bay area