Putting in the sweet potatoes February 3, 2015February 3, 2015 by randolphcommunitygarden, posted in Uncategorized After hauling all that compost it was good to get something in the ground. Everyone wants to water Everybody has a job.Our smallest gardener transfers pulled weed to the compost bin. Another trip to the compost pile The tree planted by the “Peace and Social Justice Committee in memory of Kewan Carrington. This was the 1st real harvest. Thanks Amy (Niver Steward at First Christian Farm) we had to compost just one of the pumpkins you gave us last year. It volunteered and yielded 54! Sauteed collard greens. Our first harvest from the garden! Planning for the big sale! We baked all day getting ready for the first sale. Thanks Dennis (Delhheimer) the starts you grew for us really helped. We will have a market every Saturday in 2015 too. 10 -2 Church of the Brethren Parking lot.