Strawberries, cherries, black raspberries, raspberries, blackberries, gooseberries, red currants, black currants, goumi berries, golgi berries, sea berries! We've been slowly planting many types of berries over the years - and during the summer there is usually something ripe to offer visiting kids!
Students from Albany's Green Tech High School came to Radix during their Day of Service. They worked with Radix's Urban Sustainability Coordinator Grayce Ray both at the Radix Center and in gardens managed by AVillage...Inc., and Radix around the South End. They went on a tour of the Radix Center and learned about aquatic ecosystems, … Continue reading Green Tech High School Day of Service
We set up a composting display outside the October 28th Renewable Energy and Sustainable Living Fair at Doane Stuart School - complete with chickens and worms! Radix Center Educational Director Scott Kellogg also gave a workshop on Urban Ecosystem Justice. The Fair was sponsored by Stop NY Fracked Gas Pipeline, PAUSE, Sierra Club Hudson-Mohawk … Continue reading Renewable Energy and Sustainable Living Fair- October 28th
The Radix Center is pleased to announce that it is an awardee of a community grant from the New York State Pollution Prevention Institute. The grant will support the expansion of Radix's Community Composting Initiative, helping us to reach more customers, as well as carry out public education on composting. The grant will additionally fund … Continue reading More composting!
A delegation of farmers, professors, and governmental leaders from Jordan and the West Bank, Palestine visited Radix in September organized by the International Center of the Capital Region. We shared our methods of intensive agriculture, including aquaponics, mushroom cultivation, and intensive microgreens, and learned from their agricultural expertise growing in arid climates. Check out their … Continue reading Connecting with Palestine and Jordan