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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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Back on the Farms

Look what I found! A nice crunchy snack.

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Last of the crop

Getting down to the short strokes. I am trying to keep a few on the vine for the kids to harvest thia week.

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Cucumbers

A cooler than usual start to July has allowed our cuke vines to get a good healthy start.

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We had a lot of fun harvesting and eating some crop on the last couple of

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Carrots

I believe that the carrot is still the most popular veggy out there right now. Peas a close second.

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Peas

There is a lot of pea eating going on on the farms. A really great crop this year!

A busy week eating and planting! sticky icon

There is a lot going on on Delta School District school farms.

An amazing lady! sticky icon

An amazing lady!

Peggy Ogloff has been a fixture in the Delta School district for many years. She has been a passionate educator and librarian at Gibson elemtary school.

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Feeding the Bees

The combination of flowering sage and chives is almost irresitable to bees. Plant them in early spring and your garden will be forever grateful.