Photos by Kate Kaemerle
Westcrest P-Patch volunteers worked the soil at the site of the soon to be real Presto Garden at Westcrest. The output of the garden will go to the White Center Food Bank.

UPDATE: Sustainable West Seattle creating 'Presto Garden' at Westcrest Park; Volunteers needed May 18

Sustainable West Seattle is holding a special event on May 18 to create what they call a "Presto Garden" at Westcrest P-Patch located at 8th Ave. SW and SW Henderson. The event will run from 1 to 5pm.

Previous Successful Gardening with Nature forums have resulted in greater knowledge that will be applied to the creation of this Permaculture community oriented garden. It's output will go directly to the White Center Foodbank.
Update 1:30pm May 16

Volunteers are needed for planting the Presto Garden and refreshments will be provided. Contact Sustainable West Seattle if you have any questions at info@sustainablewestseattle.org.

Where:
Westcrest Park P-Patch Community Garden at 9000 8th Ave SW at Henderson - follow the road to the top of the hill and park by the playground. The P-Patch is next to the play area.
When:
Saturday May 18th from 1-5 pm
The following donations are being made to help complete the garden in a single day:

• Perennial vegetables – provided by Village Green Nursery

• Compost – provided by Alki Bike and Board

• Vegetable starts – provided by West Seattle Nursery

• Seeds – provided by Community Orchard of West Seattle

• Gardening tools and equipment – provided by the Mobile Tool Library, West Seattle Tool Library

Original Post
In a post on the Sustainable West Seattle website they write:

"The Presto Garden fulfills many of Sustainable West Seattle’s mission objectives, including:

Social Justice – providing healthy food for everyone in the community goes a long way toward equity;
Building Community – bringing together volunteers, non-profits and businesses to create a garden that produces organic vegetables, fruits and herbs for the White Center Food Bank;
Sustainability – growing food locally for our community is a sustainable activity.
Come join the fun and learn how to do organic gardens for yourself. There will be refreshments at the Saturday preparation and planting party.

The following donations are being made to help complete the garden in a single day:

Perrennial vegetables – provided by Village Green Nursery;
Compost – provided by Alki Bike and Board;
Vegetable starts – provided by West Seattle Nursery;
Seeds – provided by Community Orchard of West Seattle;
Gardening tools and equipment – provided by the Mobile Tool Library, West Seattle Tool Library.

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