Intro to Home Gardening Fresno Community Gardens Hosted by Black Zocalo
Have you ever wondered about gardening but didn't know how you would get started? Come and learn a fun and very easy technique for beginning gardeners that anyone can do. This method also saves water and uses recylced materials so it is good for your plants and GREAT for mother Earth! We will build small planters and participants will receive seeds and a planter of their very own to take home. Event hosted by Fresno Community Gardens Instructor: Rasheed Follow Rasheed on Instagram @Blackzocalo
CBS47 KSEE24 Fresno Community Garden Interview
Recorded on Jan 23rd, 2020; watch as Robert Palacio shares his vision for a greener, healthier, and safer Fresno by transforming empty plots of land into Community Gardens that members of the community can grow mentally, spiritually, and emotionally! Please like us on Facebook and follow us on Instagram for up to date news! if you would like to be added to our e-newletters, please email us your email to Fresnocommunitygarden@gmail.com for volunteering opportunities, donations, and any questions!
Trimming and Maintaining a Blackberry Bush Fresno Community Gardens
Trimming and Maintaining a Blackberry Bush Fresno Community Gardens Recommendation: Wear a long sleeve shirt, gloves, and equip yourself with a sturdy pair of pruning shears. Follow along as we share information on how to trim and maintain the vegetation of a blackberry bush. Blackberry bushes are quite vigorous plants, and with proper water, they can maintain in most environments. Watch as we explain the relationship between plants and the 4 main Cardinal directions; N,E,S,W
Grape Vines of Fresno Community Gardens
Here is a short update to some of the grape vines at Fresno Community Gardens. Pro Tip: As grape vines grow and are weaved into the fence-line, it makes a great natural border for added security & seclusion. Even better! Because the grapes grow on either side of the fence, you can walk by the garden to grab a healthy snack!
How to create the Perfect Garden Soil Fresno Community Gardens
Watch as Robert Palacio with Fresno Community Gardens shows you how to create the perfect soil using 1/3 of each ingredient proportionally and mixing in a tarp! Depending on your location and climate, it is recommended to use more or less of 1/3 proportions for each of the following: Peat Moss Vermiculite Perlite It is recommended to how 2 or more people to mix the soil. It can be very heavy.
How to Transplant a Giant Sequioa / Coastal Redwood Tree Fresno Community Gardens
Robert with Palacio Media Fresno went to Humboldt County 5/18/2019 to purchase baby Giant Sequoia and Coastal Redwood trees. Someone asked if taking these plants to Fresno was a good idea or not? With a little research I found out that: The Giant Sequoia and Coastal Redwood trees prefer their natural habitat however because they are some of the oldest living creatures on this planet - the trees are very adaptable - look around Fresno we have Giant Sequoias and Coastal Redwoods all around us. With God's Blessing, hopefully these plants will live long past my death.
SFCEDA Tree Planting Day Video by Fresno Community Gardens
Watch the highlight video for the Southeast Fresno Community Economic Development Association (SFCEDA) Tree Planting Day. The SFCEDA is working on a community park and soccer complex for Southeast Fresno on Peach Street, South of Sunnyside High School. With the help of the community, they will be planting 100+ trees to help offset the carbon emissions and pollution, they will be building 4 soccer fields as well. Fresno Community Gardens is a separate entity from SFCEDA and we can be found on Belmont between Cedar and Maple (3035 E Ashlan Ave Fresno Ca 93702) We will be hosting Bi-Weekly meetings. Find more information here: https://www.facebook.com/events/361669557825659/ Videographer: Nathalie Gonzalez Host: Robert Palacio Video by: Palacio Media Fresno
How to build Garden Boxes - Fresno Community Gardens
One of Fresno's Community Gardens goal is to offer education through educational videos, workshops, and hands-on learning! Watch as the members of Fresno Community Gardens work together to create garden boxes that will be place our Community Garden site (4545 E Belmont Ave Fresno, Ca 93702)