Saturday, September 29
1 - 3 pm
Gardening at the urban temple is in full swing. With pockets of green at 300 Page Street, we are working on shifting our gardens from ornamental to sustainable sources of alter flowers, herbs, and fruit. Help is needed to support this transformation. Alongside Marcia Lieberman
, the head gardener and environmental steward, we will spend Saturday afternoons working outside doing gardening tasks with environmental issues guiding us. Wear suitable clothing and bring a weeding tool if you can. Tea, cookies, and conversation will conclude our afternoon together.
Entry through the 308 Page Street gate will lead to the meeting place in the side courtyard of 300 Page Street.
Registration is not required.
Marcia Leiberman is a lay-ordained practitioner who has been affiliated with SFZC since 1989. A staff gardener at Green Gulch Farm, she is currently head gardener at City Center where she oversees the Gardening at the Urban Temple project, is environmental steward, and beekeeper of rooftop hives. She works with landscape architects documenting public spaces and is an aesthetic pruner (anything under six feet tall). Her career as a photographer has included academic positions at University of California, Berkeley, and California College of Art teaching about time and space.