Nanji, my Bunun friend, neighbor and teaching colleague.
Audrey practices teaching about composting.
Spontaneous circle dancing erupts.
Even dogs get into the act.
Booth final setup.
Nanji leads a Bunun culture performance.
Other students get ready to show their accomplishments
Setting posters and compost demonstrations
Setting up the booth
James and friends visit the Buluo Rooftop garden
Smiling with the sunflower
Buluo Daxue staff joins me on the rooftop
Sunflower soaking up the last rays of the day before the typhoon.
Rosella in the basket doing especially well in the heat and low moisture
Beds waiting to be cultivated next session/season
Wicking bed thriving
Sun/drought damage on the squash leaves
Curry leaf tree loving the hot, dry weather. Wheat straw mulch protects the soil.
capture of the urban backdrop
Basil, sunflowers from early bed
Bitter melon and jicama
Squash fruit ready for harvest
Wide angle view of the garden layout
Okra growing great guns
Sunflower against a pre-typhoon sky
Pre-typhoon sky on the rooftop of Taipei Indigenous Community College
kangkong and beans next to habanero plant in baskets
original planting bed
newer planting beds
bamboo trellis work
pineapple and lemongrass
group photo - spring 2015
Group photo - spring 2015
Group photo on the last day of class for the spring session
squashes and tender greens
harvesting and weeding
grandson of one of the students
Riot of flowers on the rooftop of Buluo Daxue