The St John’s Garden continues to feed the folks at Cornerstone, the pollinators, critters. We are so grateful to all those who plant, water, weed, mulch, harvest, and deliver. (It’s a happy crew) Our spring deliveries started early with the “magic kale” that wintered over and continues to produce through July. Radishes, asparagus, lettuce, dill and garlic scapes were all bountiful. The woodchucks and rabbits made quick work of the peas and much of the lettuce, so they were fed as well. Now that we are into summer the raspberries and zucchini have started to produce. The tomatoes, eggplant and peppers show promise so keep your fingers crossed. We continue to learn every year that cabbage and broccoli are the favorites of local animals, but we may have discovered that bok choi is not to their liking! Harvesting continues each week, usually on Saturday at 10 AM if you want to join us – even if it’s just one time. Stop by the garden anytime and marvel at the volunteer sunflowers are spectacular this year. We can always use more people to deliver the produce to the Cornerstone after its blessed on Sunday. The Cornerstone is open on Sundays so it’s a quick process do drop off the produce after the 8 or 10 o’clock service. Please contact Gretchen Shea at email@example.com or 860 463 6430 if you want to take a Sunday.