Our winter garden reached maturity, producing an abundance of large brocollis, cauliflowers and cabbages, intermixed with a wide variety of other veggies, herbs and plants, as in the permaculture way. Alan, a horticulturist from Durban with a special focus of Food Security and Permaculture, sourced some top quality seedlings for our winter crop, which made all the difference. He also brought in more fruit and nut trees which have been strategically planted in our gardens, extending the permaculture design.
The gardens have continued to provide a nutritious daily meal for the children at our Play School and everyone in our Community Centre. In August we had such a surplus of beautiful and delicious veggies that it was wonderful to be able to give back a little and share with some of our friends and supporters of Woza Moya.