The Manor of Hope community believes that building something meaningful takes time and effort. We have been working 2 years on the Serenity Path legacy project.
The process of beekeeping has been an educational and rewarding experience to date. We suit up and check the hives weekly, inspecting the colony for signs of reproduction, pests and honey.
Our extensive raised bed gardens offer a rewarding opportunity for our men to learn about agriculture, and to complement this facet of our programming, we recently became the proud new guardians of two beehives!
The past weekend brought us fair weather, so we took the opportunity to get our vegetable seeds into the prepared beds.
Now THAT’S a fork!! Our newly acquired broadfork helps us turn the soil in our raised beds with ease.
One of the most prolific vegetables in our raised bed garden has been our cucumber plants!
It is truly a pleasure to have the resource of the gardens… a place not only to work, but also to learn, and grow.
Fresh, organic vegetables from our own gardens play a key role in nutrition & healing. Our organic garden is growing!
The springtime growing season is upon us at the Manor. We prepared our beds with rich, organic compost, and devised a plan for our course of action
The Manor of Hope sits on a serene plot of land with woods on one side, where everyone agreed, would be the perfect spot for meditation and reflection.