The garden goes on tour


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Turnips waiting for their harvest
Have you stopped by the Harvard Community Garden this semester? If you haven’t, you’re in luck- the garden is on tour and it’s coming to a dining hall near you. The first stop is Lowell Dining Hall tonight.  We’ll be featuring turnips we harvested yesterday. 
Although the garden is too small to really supply the dining halls with food, garden produce will show up at Thursday chef’s tables across campus. Stop by for a taste of delicious, fresh veggies, hand-picked by your fellow students and cooked with love by your HUHDS chef!
September 1: Turnips in Lowell
September 8: Eggplants in Kirkland
September 15: Kale and chard in PfoHo
September 22: Onions and garlic in Mather
September 29: Lettuce in Currier

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