This first group of photos is from late 2017, the 2018 school year and our first  summer school class (July-August 2018)
(a timeline of our progress from 2014 to 2018 can be seen in the second set of photos below this).
The photos below show our progress from a hard pan 1/2 acre site to one strangled with weeds to a thriving educational garden that produces vegetables, fruits, herbs, and pollinators for our students' education.  We use various tools of permaculture and organic farming in and outside the greenhouse,  such as sheet mulching, hugelkultur, materials reuse and repurposing, drip irrigation, and biological pest control  to demonstrate sustainable urban farm techniques.