NaTisha Washington

Time to Work

Time to Work

How I prep for all volunteer events: mark and direct in my flower gloves.

Flower Lady Under the Flower Tree

Flower Lady Under the Flower Tree

Ms. Savage is a long-term gardener in Homewood and this is her lot's beautiful Magnolia tree.

Tioga Play Yard Renewed

Tioga Play Yard Renewed

This play yard across from Faison has been through some ups and downs, but it stands strong and beautiful.

Views from School

Views from School

This very grey area on Bennet Street has a lovely rain garden; possibly the biggest in Homewood.

Putting Everyone to Work

Putting Everyone to Work

In the Junior Green Corp, everyone does work. No rest 'till work is done.

Girls Work Harder

Girls Work Harder

The girls and boys were at separate lots and the girls got done first, so we rested until the boys finished.

Sometimes moving dirt or mulch in wheelbarrows can get competitive.

Abandoned But Not Forgotten

Abandoned But Not Forgotten

Blackpacking

Blackpacking

A group of young black people get together monthly to go hiking.

We Need More Tools

We Need More Tools

These tools weren't enough for the 25 volunteers we had.

Family Work

Family Work

Her brother is teaching her how to start a weedwacker.

Our Mid-day Snack

Our Mid-day Snack

Fresh strawberries from the Junior Green Corp garden.

All images, titles, and captions © NaTisha Washington | 2019 | The Female Farmer Photovoice Project

The Female Farmer Photovoice Project

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This project is based upon work supported by the National Institute of Food and Agriculture, U.S. Department of Agriculture,
through the Northeast Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education program under subaward number GNE18-190-32231 
and is made possible with support from the Pennsylvania Women’s Agricultural Network (PA-WAgN).

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