From seed to burger...the incredible journey! Keeping kids fingers dirty in the schoolyard!
Project Pickle is a Backyard Cooperative partnership with the Delta School District , and Kwantlen University
Lots going on with the garden club today. We added some compost and red wigglers to our compost bed, planted daffodils and pulled the remaining vines. A beautiful day to be outside!
Yet more Daffs in the ground to support the Canadian Cancer Society.
Lots of hard work on a chilly but lovely morning at the Pebble Hill Tradional School farm.
Lots going on this week as school farms are transitioning and preparing for winter. There is plenty of prep to do for wintering and the kids are having a blast.
The kids are having fun learning about the taste profiles of the food they have been growing.
I managed to get the last of the the tomatoes in to a sauce with some other backyard goodies.
Lots of fun at McClosky elementary yesterday! The kids harvested some of their Kale and Chard for a tasty salad.
This is another batch odf Arugula on the grow at one of the farms. The Huffington post wrote a good article on #schoolfarms earlier in the year.
A little cleanup followed up by some spud harvesting and daffodil planting today
Bacon, arugula, tomatoes and strawberries make up the "BATS" salad. Fifty kids at English Bluff elementary enjoyed the fruits (and vegetables) of their labour.
Grow Share Trade