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The school year is very busy at Dahlia Heights as all the classes get ready for graduation and end of year ceremonies. The sixth grade is just getting their time in the garden so we are working on their bed, which needs a lot of work! We weeded it today and will plant it out…
You never quite know exactly how it’s going to go when you sub at a new garden, but Ranger Flo has been doing a beautiful job keeping the garden blooming at Selma Elementary. The kids have been learning about all the different bugs in the garden, so we cemented some of that knowledge by sending…
Lots of new students visited the garden this week! To get to know all the plants growing we walked along the paths for the garden tour. Everything is looking very green and we all got to taste some yellow zucchini! Ranger Daphne
Valley View…what a magical place. We began fossilizing our flowers last week, and this week we are having Potato Fest! Stay tuned! In the meantime, Here are some fun pictures of our fossil day- the kids learned the importance of fossils, and getting messy being a productive experience!
Frank Del Olmo Elementary’s garden looks fantastic! All of the plants are looking healthy and green. The squash and cucumbers are looking ripe and ready to be harvested. This school’s garden has a very promising future, and we’re all very excited to see it flourish. ~Sarah, Intern