We are approaching the end of the gardening season, but many crops are not ready to pick yet. However, the tomatoes are ripening and Lee, Ann, Esther and two women from Warren Wilson Presbyterian harvested 2 large flat boxes-full as well as cucumbers and yellow, patty pan and butternut squash. There will be more tomatoes plus black eye peas and lima beans to pick next month. The sweet potatoes won’t be ready to be dug until fall or when the tops die because they are just now growing potatoes underground. There is enough interest to continue with the garden until everything is harvested and we may be able to extend the Garden Project until there is nothing left to pick. The produce picked today went to the MANNA Food Bank.