City Farmer's WebCam
At the Vancouver Compost Demonstration Garden
The photo of the garden updates every hour throughout the day. In this way you will be able to see how it looks in spring, summer, fall and winter. (Note: at times the webcam is unavailable due to technical difficulties.)
Our small Demonstration Garden in Vancouver, BC, Canada, is the size of a typical backyard. In the webcam shot, you can see raised beds where we grow food and flowers organically, fertilized with compost. These beds have been producing since 1982. On the right side, next to the fence, are backyard compost bins, all rodent-resistant. The small building at the back, made from recycled wooden telephone poles, houses a compost toilet - finished compost from it fertilizes our rooftop garden on the cob tool shed (not seen in the photo). Just to the left of the toilet building is a green rain barrel. On the left side of the photo is a cold frame, which produces winter greens for us from January to May.
On the right side of the photo over the fence and in the distance, you can see composters and sometimes people working in the Maple Street Community Gardens. These gardens are situated along a City-owned boulevard next to an unused railway line owned by Canadian Pacific Railroad. There are four other community gardens next to each other along this greenway including Kitsilano, Arbutus, Burrard and Pine Street.
One Year of Time-Lapse Photos of the City Farmer Demonstration Garden
Graham Clark chose one web cam photo from every day over the past year, November 2006 - October 2007, and put 360 of them in this time-lapse movie. You'll see the garden slowly come to life and also see some of our visitors.
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