Fence for Tully Elementary School Garden

Tully Elementary School has turned an old unused asphalt pad into an awesome garden complete with many fruit trees, native plants, water harvesting basins, a cistern that holds water runoff from the roof and feeds it to the plants with an irrigation system.  Only problem is that the Javelina’s keep coming in at night and chowing down on all the new plantings ( these things will eat cactus, spines and all).
They need a fence!


2 Responses to “Fence for Tully Elementary School Garden”

  1. Mark imble Says:

    Love your javelina made of bike spokes. I assume this is one of a kind? Wish I had seen the article in the Star a little sooner. Plan to make another? Thanks.

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