Hanging out with Worms at Foster

With the sun out and the tables moved to the sunshine, we had a grand time in the garden today. We talked about worms and what they do to take care of the earth. They have tiny brains but they remember all of their responsibilities: digging tunnels, decomposing old fruits and vegetables, and making soil! We talked about the fact that worms eat our leftovers so our relationship with them is perfect. We thanked the worms for their love and care of the earth. And lastly, we watched them wiggle around in the little worm farm we made.

beautiful calendula flowers

the kiddos drew me pictures, today! *heart melting*

second succession of broccoli starting to flower!

Hope Cox

Hope is an urban farmer, garden educator and foodie transplanted from Tennessee to SoCal in 2014. She hopes to move out of the big city one day to pursue the life of a sustainable farmer; but in the meantime loves to teach elementary kids about how food is grown, nutritious and tasty recipes and connecting with nature.