One look through the Hampton House Garden Project Facebook page and you’ll see what makes this project such a necessary project. Located at 638 Elko St in Reno, The Hampton House Garden Project is an absolute pleasure to walk through, even in the winter time. Well, it’s technically winter, 65 degrees in February, but I digress. The mildness of this winter does offer interesting issues moving forward through this year. Lack of snowfall means lack of water in the hot dry months. Like June – July 2021, we might be in for additional wild fires. I don’t want this to be so negative, so, we move on.
Growing food in Northern Nevada can be tough. This is a pretty harsh climate, some days in the spring/fall can vary 60 degrees. Making caring for a garden difficult. Lily and I talk about this coming year, the area of town the Hampton House Project is located, her development as an urban farmer, the benefits of growing your own food and a bunch more.
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