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Spuds out Daffs In

A wet but fun afternoon with Project Pickle at Holly elementary today. We harvested the last of the fantastic cucumber crop and the last of potatoes.

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Worms on the agenda again!

During bulb planting, one of the greatest entertainers ever, the worm, engages the grade three kids from Monique Kabel's class at Heath Traditional school.

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A great lunch today at South Park Elementary school where the kids ate their sch

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As usual, much fun today watching the kids harvest veggies for the big salad lun

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Big Harvest tomorrow

The kids from South Park Elementary will be harvesting some Chard, Spinach, Radish and Cucumber for a tasty salad tomorrow.

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The importance of eating local

Vancity recently produced a report outlining some of the facts around agriculture and trade in the Pacific Northwest that only serve to show that there is lts of work to do to enhance local food sy

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World Food Day

Project Pickle salutes the millions of family farmers around the world who produce the vast majority of our food. Celebrate by eating something local today!

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A fine example of the peer mentoring strategy employed by Project Pickle in the

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Thanksgiving Greens

South Park kids at their farm each filled a bag of spinach and radish to take home for the Thanksgiving weekend.

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Bulbs in

The Gibson Elementary school garden club which has grown to forty students this year, plant daffodill and garlic bulbs on their school neighbourhood farm on Thursday.