Martha Lowry and Matthew Dudzik remove dead leaves and weeds from basil plants in the Purdue Calumet campus herb garden. The garden concept, launched last summer behind the PUC Recreation Center in Hammond, is designed to help encourage healthy cooking.
Apples have remained bountiful this season, with branches so laden with fruit at our farm, some of our trees' limbs have even cracked and dropped to the ground because of the weight.
Martha Lowry and Matthew Dudzik remove dead leaves and weeds from basil plants in the campus' herb garden. The garden, located behind the Recreation Center at Purdue Calumet in Hammond, is designed to help encourage healthy cooking.
While no Scarborough Fair, Purdue University Calumet has plenty of parsley, sage and thyme.
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Judges at Purdue Calumet University Garden Contest with Coordinator Matt Dudzik (left to right) and John Bachmann, Leticia Toma and Philip Potempa.
Purdue Calumet Garden Contest Coordinator Matt Dudzik (left) joins judges Purdue Calumet Grounds Supervisor John Bachmann, Purdue Calumet Special Projects Administrator Leticia Toma and Times Columnist Philip Potempa surveying the winning garden, which includes a large concrete urn, surround…
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