Spring has sprung 2018


What an amazing last week in the garden as we have begun to unearth the garden from a long, damp, cold, depressing, and downright frigid Winter. The best part of garden education is…….gardening! So when we are locked up for the winter doing what we can in the greenhouse, it feels liberating to finally be outside in the garden. We got busy taking the mulch off the garden and getting rid of weeds. We might have played with some worms too!


We have even started growing seeds in the greenhouse to get ready for the spring. We are ready! This week, students in the younger grades got a chance to wander around, exploring the first signs of spring. Combining art & science is a winner every time.



Of course our garden still has some food growing in it, so we got down on some munching of kale & chard.




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