I recently happened to walk through the Edible Schoolyard Project garden at Martin Luther King, Jr. Middle School in Berkeley for the first time. The one-acre garden and adjacent kitchen classroom serves the students at the middle school and is also a nation-wide edible education demonstration site. I was blown away by the beauty of it. I was truly impressed that a space that's primary purpose is to grow food, is also a beautiful natural oasis in the middle of a very urban area. For this post I wanted to photograph the garden from that perspective: that it is possible to create a habitat for bees, butterflies, beneficial insects and people while at the same time growing healthy food.