Gardening tools: hand shovels, clippers, weeders,
Organic potting soil and seed starting mix
Cinder blocks, to help create more permanent borders around front field lasagna beds.
Seed Trays, 2” and 4” pots
Drip Irrigation Supplies, Timers
Support from Local Businesses and Organizations
Trinity Gardens has been fortunate to have gotten support from:
Island Seed and Feed
All Around Irrigation
7 Day Nursery
Healing Grounds Nursery
La Sumida Nursery
Arroyo Seco Construction
Organic Soup Kitchen
SBCC Horticultural Department
(Please contact our committee members to help get involved.)
Continuing Food Forest Development:
In the spring of 2013 we received generous donations that made the first installation of citrus and banana trees possible. Over the next few years we have plans to expand the orchard increasing the varieties of fruiting trees, bushes and vines. One of our goals will be to be able to harvest year round from our food forest.
Chicken Coop Finishing Touches
Chickens have moved in, but there are a few more items to build mainly egg boxes, painting and door handles.
Trinity Gardens is constantly a buzz throughout the year with bee activity. We are interested in having a bee hive on site for educational value and to have the opportunity to share honey to visitors as well as in our culinary classes.
Support from Local Businesses
909 North La Cumbre Rd. Santa Barbara, CA 93110. Contact Nicole Biergiel, Chair Email: email@example.com