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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

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Heath Farmers

This is my 2015/2016 Heath batch of farmers. every Friday afternoon I will be making sure they get their fingers dirty.

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My Young farmer

This is my daughter "ML" from a few years ago. She has been a mentor to many @deltasd37 kids and is actively embracing food and the food sytem. I am so proud of her!

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A very worthwhile undertaking. Please make best efforts to let your kids make it school on their own....just like the olden days!

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Certificate of Appreciation

Well deserved Certificate of Appreciation for William! Job well done to assist in dealing with the lousy dog walkers at English Bluff Elementary School.

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We willbe harvesting the last of these fine specimens over the coming days. Lots of seed getting in the ground now for winter harvest.

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Wow!! A dish that didn't have cucumber in it! Fresh roasted corn, nectarine, Roma and Golden toms, Cilantro, hot Potugese pepper, green and red onion.

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Last of the Cuke crop

It has been a challenging summer with irrigation being the major obstacle this year.

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Food Bank Delivery

Another box of Project Pickle cucumbers makes it to the South Delta Food Bank this morning.

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Richardson Harvest

This will probably be the last harvest of cucumbers from Richardson elementary. Greens will be seeded the next couple of weeks.

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Dog challenges

If the heat wasnt enough, the English Bluff school farm has had other challenges. The expanse of the schoolyard at this school makes it ideal for dogs and dog walkers.