Meet Christina, NCSU student majoring in Biology who just joined the WedgeConnect Program, which helps college students build skills and experience for the real world, while doing good for the community. Students design and lead a project for the garden with the help of professional mentors and businesses. Projects have included photojournalism, blogging, reporting, poetry (coming in May), educational edible art workshops, and so much more. The Wedge Community Garden’s goal is not only to grow beautiful fruits and veggies, but also to grow young community leaders.
Christina and Anna Tsui have teamed up to figure out what's eating the broccoli plants. Christina has a strong interest in horticulture and wants to gain experience at the Wedge. If you see Christina & Anna in the garden with some neem oil and water, they are caring for the plants.
Thank you students for your passion, enthusiasm and dedication.